Jason Atkinson spent several days at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan. The camp is the largest in the world, with about 80,000 refugees.
Atkinson was there as part of Advanced Aid International, which assesses the need for medical care, and places mobile field hospitals.
“I don’t think you ever really get used to seeing human suffering, especially on a mile by mile by mile massive scale,” Atkinson says, “I met two twin boys that were 8 days old when they arrived so there mother was in labor and then walked across the desert to safety.”
Atkinson began work on a documentary during his stay on the work of mobile field hospitals and Syrian refugees. It’s expected to be released in a few weeks.