Author and Photographer
Huáscar Robles is an author and photographer from Caguas, Puerto Rico. He has written about the revitalization of Santurce, Puerto Rico through tax incentives and the impact of the economic crisis on the Island’s middle class. His current research details the the impact of the municipal bond debt of Puerto Rico’s culture.
Huáscar's photo and miltimedia exhibits in the US and Puerto Rico include The Country Under My Skin, Los silencios de Santurce, and Portraits of Marassa. He also directed The Invisible Coast, a documentary about Haitian merchants’ struggle in Loíza, Puerto Rico. His collection Country Under My Skin was acquired by the Rhode Island Historical Society’s Permanent Gallery in 2010.
Huáscar is author of Puertos príncipes: temblemos todos, a journal and photo book on Haiti after the earthquake. He has published in The New York Times, Chicago Tribune’s Hoy, and The San Juan Star among others.