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Nicolas Hyacinthe, an award-winning multidisciplinary artist born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti and currently living in the USA, has work published in Black&White, COLOR, Boston Common Magazine, Best of Photography Book 2013, and 7th Annual Photography Master’s Cup. Hyacinthe is a well-established photographer, filmmaker, painter, and spoken word poet. His artwork explores, innovates, and celebrates the mundane as well as draws inspiration from the intersecting cultures, landscapes, and mediums. His award-winning photographs are titled "Cleansing" and "Fracture." He received his formal education at the Boston Latin School and studied Photography and Film Production at Emerson College. Most recently, he was awarded an Honorable Mention for his portrait "Fragile Armor" at the 2023 International Photography Awards. In the past, he had a solo exhibition “Carrefour / Crossroads” as well as a group exhibition "I Am Migration: A Lived Experience" at the Urban Media Arts Gallery in Malden, MA, a featured group exhibition “Crossing Cultures” at the A.P.E. Arts Gallery in Northampton, MA, showcased his work at the Whitman Cultural Council’s “Champagne, Cake & Art'' fundraiser, and was exclusively selected to be a part of a featured exhibition “Crossing Borders” at the Copley Society of Art in Boston, MA. For more information on Nicolas Hyacinthe and view his other artwork, visit: which also offers services for photography and videography packages for your company, organization, personal projects, and more. ​ Follow his work on Instagram via @nicolas_hyacinthe