'Why doesn't the British Government want us?'
Arabic lessons – with sweet tea, biscuits and love hearts.
Cricket in 'Afghan Square'.
Clearing land for new shelters.
Surplus from donated hygiene kits.
SIM card packaging from a British mobile phone network.
Five Star Hotel
Eviction, March 2016.
Eviction, March 2016. Men film on mobile phones as a shelter burns.
The Eritrean Church, the largest structure in the camp.
#PrayForParis, November 2015.
Dinner is cooked by a group of Sudanese friends.
Eviction, March 2016. Some chose to put a match to the walls of their shelters so as to exert some agency over its inevitable destruction.
'We need a strong media.'
The real estate market.
One of the camp's many grocery stores.
This way to Calais.
Frozen washing at sunrise.
Government-funded converted shipping containers, of which many are sceptical.
A message to Britain. From who?
Shelters in a primarily Afghan section of the camp.
At dusk, people gather around a waste fire for warmth.
Gathering beneath the bridge at dusk.
At dawn, camera crews film an area of the camp evicted by French authorities.