Greece 2016 - It is difficult to describe the overwhelming inquisitiveness, bordering on assault, of the children in the refugee camps in northern Greece. Absolutely anything within reach is grabbed and whisked away, leading to long periods of delicate negotiation if you ever wish to see the item again.
Add that to the familiarity with cameras and you end up on full 360º alert at all times. But, with your camera slung over your shoulder for much of the time, there's always one...
I had caught him with the finger of one hand wedged down on the shutter, whilst the other held a pot of pasta. However, it was only when reviewing photos at the end of the day that I saw what an enlightening series of images it was. I think it captures his spirit perfectly.
UPDATE: After ten days of successfully dodging small fingers, I then found the following photos, taken in a different camp, that I had not even realised were being taken. Here, they really took their time.
I am currently working in Northern Greece with Clowns Without Borders UK as they tour the refugee camps performing for children from 0-99+
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