Stanley Greene talks about his work in Syria on the Thomson Reuters Foundation ‘photographers talk’.

 

Greene says; “I found a war that had pushed people almost beyond the limits of sanity. Civilians, including mothers and children, were forced into hiding, even inside tombs, hunting for scraps of food and targeted by snipers when they dared to emerge.”

 

Through his images he shows us the despair of Syrians in their everyday struggle for survival. He does this with grace and dignity and reveals the human face behind the tragedy of war.