In January 2010 I traveled to Haiti to report on the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the country as a correspondent for the Dart Society, an organization that promotes the ethical coverage of trauma. I aimed at delivering stories in which Haiti and Haitians gained what they had lost beneath the rubble: control. I traveled again several times to places like Aquin and Souvenance to see something else that was buried under the layer of trauma: its culture. With the aid of organizations such as Ayikodans I journeyed into the underbelly of pain to find art, music, innovation. The anecdotes and accompanying images became Puertos príncipes: temblemos todos, a post-quake account of Haiti as it danced over the wreckage.