In photographer Jonathan Saruk’s words: "My fixer and I snuck into the refugee camp through the back entrance to avoid the Bangladeshi authorities. Eventually we came upon a mud and thatch schoolhouse. In one corner a child sat alone looking at sketches of fish drawn along the wall. Even amidst despair, children can maintain their curiosity." A photograph for those with a conscience, a portion of the proceeds for each photo sold is donated to the American Red Cross to help with the Hurricane Sandy relief effort.
Open, numbered edition. Exhibition quality digital C-prints. Quoted dimensions are for paper size, not image size. All prints have 0.5-inch border for framing. Includes a label of authenticity with a printed artist signature and the photo’s story handwritten by the photographer.