Prints For Refugees is a project by photographer Mark Sherratt, to help Syrian refugees thanks to the selling of prints. It’s after seing the picture of the little Kurdish Alan Kurdi, found dead on a Turkish beach, that this idea came to Sherratt’s mind. The profits will go directly to the association Doctor Of The World who brings support and medical cares to refugees. Photographers don’t stop joining him in his initiative; among us, we count Samuel Hicks, Olly Burn, David Ryle, Trent McMinn, Jonathan Cerry, Toby Coulson, Will Hartley, Andrew Urwin, Jorge Luis Dieguez, Spencer Murphy, Jack Davison and Kalpesh Lathigra.
Maid of the Mist by Andrew Urwin.
Pisco – Desert by Jorge Luis Dieguez.
Geresk Passing 2007 by Kalpesh Lathigra.
Train Carriages by Spencer Murphy.
Kat, 2013 by Jack Davison.
Joe and Giovanna, Elephant and Castle, London, 2010 by Will Hartley.
Miami by David Ryle.
Hut, White Sands, NM by Samuel Hicks.
Impala, Las Cruces, NM by Samuel Hicks.
Terry Wood, Into The Wood by Tom Johnson.
Eddjei, The Thirty Three by Tom Johnson.
Conor, 2015 by Tom Johnson.
Noh, Chadian Refugee – Cities of Sanctuary by Kate Peters.
Father and Children at Zaatari 2014 by Kalpesh Lathigra.
Fruits, Zaatari 2014 by Kalpesh Lathigra.
Liquor, 2013 by Jack Davison.
Sisters, 2007 by Jack Davison.
Swinley Forest After The Fire by Spencer Murphy.
Pic de Bugarach, France, 2012 by Will Hartley.
LA by Mark Sherratt.