NO PLACE LIKE HOME
NO PLACE LIKE HOME (2015) documents the migration of refugees from over 28 countries around the world. The work seeks to capture the spirit of people engaged in the largest exodus the world has witnessed since WWII. In 2015, there was a staggering increase in the number of people forced to flee their homes and seek refuge and safety elsewhere. At present an estimated 65 million people are now displaced – homeless and struggling to survive – half of them children. The refugees share a common threat and a common purpose – a need to find home.
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