Getting smuggled to Greece means crossing water. Whether it be the Aegean Sea or the Evros river, the majority or migrants and refugees need to cross water in order to reach Greece, and therefore, the European Union.
2015 brought huge changes to the status quo of pervious years with the number of irregular entries in October 2015 alone, almost matching the figure for the whole of 2014.
Islands in the Aegean, villages in Thrace and the backstreets of Athens all felt the affects of global inequality, conflicts, politics and climate change.
This series shot in Lesvos, Kos, Patras, Athens, Thrace's Evros region bordering Turkey, Edirne, and Van, Turkey, shows a small part of the arrivals, the attempted escapes, the hiding, the waiting and sometimes the death of people crossing water to reach Greece and the European Union.