Born in Madagascar, Henitsoa Rafalia works in Antananarivo.
He started photography in 2011 as a self-taught photographer but improved and became a professional in 2012.
Henitsoa Rafalia is passionate about photojournalism. He mainly covers political demonstrations but also produces humanitarian reports as a consultant photographer for international organizations in Madagascar.
He is a freelance photojournalist correspondent for the international press and has already collaborated with: the Turkish news agency Anadolu Agency, EPA (European Pressphoto Agency) as well as AFRIKIMAGES and other international media organizations such as The National.ae based in Dubai, SO PRESSE, Télérama and FranceinfoTV.
In 2014, Henitsoa Rafalia held his first solo exhibition entitled "Sambatra: to the Antambahoaka countries" in which he recounted in pictures this ritual commonly known as "collective circumcision" which takes place every seven years in the Mananjary region.
He continues with group exhibitions with the Union of Professional Photographers of Madagascar of which he is a member.
In 2016, he was selected for the second issue of Fragments, a photographic review of the Indian Ocean whose second photographic residence was held in Diego Suarez (Madagascar)