Carey Marks Photography. Refugees portraits incorporated into Poster design for the upcoming exhibition in Plymouth celebrating the work of mapmaking by the refugees over the last six months.  Poster design for the upcoming exhibition in Plymouth celebrating the work of map-making by the refugees over the last six months. Tarig - originally from North Khartoum in Sudan. He’s made the most of his time here in the UK – as he’s recently graduated from a Film Studies Masters degree attained from LCP in London. But Plymouth has pulled him back;“I’m much more comfortable here: this is my town now…” UK Refugee project - “Mapping Memories” A 14-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. Carey Marks Photography, documentary photography, humanitarian, Refugee, Refugees, Refugee Crisis, Memories, human rights, immigrant, immigration, Refugees welcome, Portraits. Maria from Honduras, a refugee now living in Plymouth, UK Tarig - originally from North Khartoum in Sudan. He’s made the most of his time here in the UK – as he’s recently graduated from a Film Studies Masters degree attained from LCP in London. But Plymouth has pulled him back;“I’m much more comfortable here: this is my town now…” UK Refugee project - “Mapping Memories” A 14-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. Refugee project - “Mapping Memories” "I'm from Pakistan. This is my wedding dress - it's beautiful and can we try to show it all: but not my face. I can't be identified” The second workshop of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. Refugee project - “Mapping Memories”. Please don’t catagorise me! The inaugural day of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Centred around University of Plymouth, UK. "I'm from an ex-soviet state in the East. I can’t be identified, as it compromises my family security back home” UK Refugee project - "Mapping Memories". Photographing participants in their allocating housing. It strikes me that conditions they've been given are decrepit and depressing. Looking for a ray of hope through the window. A 14-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK.   Refugee project - “Mapping Memories” "I escaped the authorities in Azerbaijan. I'm a human rights lawyer back home. But I can't be identified for the safety of my family there...” The second workshop of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. "I escaped from Syria. The fighting became too intense and one day an opportunity arose. Back home I was studying to become a doctor. Here I am a delivery driver. It sounds a big difference doesn’t it?” UK Refugee project - “Mapping Memories” A 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. "I travelled through Turkey. And other countries that I don't even know which they were? - all I can say is that they were very blond people..." UK Refugee project - “Mapping Memories” A 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. Refugee project - “Mapping Memories” The World map showing the collective journeys - slowly unfolding in each week it will become more complex. The second workshop of a 14-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. Carey Marks Photography, documentary photography, humanitarian, Refugee, Refugees, Refugee Crisis, Memories, human rights "I'm from Pakistan. But I can't be identified” Refugee Workshops 2 "Mapping Memories​ - Home as Heritage". Photo documentary project. The second workshop of a 14-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. "I'm from Pakistan, but you cannot identify me I'm afraid..." UK Refugee project - “Mapping Memories A 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. Refugee project - “Mapping Memories”. "I travelled through Turkey. And other countries that I don't even know which they were? - They were very blond people..." The inaugural day of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Centred around University of Plymouth, UK. Refugee project - “Mapping Memories”. The inaugural day of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Centred around University of Plymouth, UK. UK Refugee project - “Mapping Memories”. "From Sudan, I travelled through 5 Africans countries, I've travelled through countless European ones. I'm here now..." The inaugural day of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK. Refugee project - “Mapping Memories”. The inaugural day of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Centred around University of Plymouth, UK. UK Refugee project - “Mapping Memories”. Use the world map to show your journey... The inaugural day of a 6-month project following refugees from five different continents as they map their journeys across endless obstacles. Curated by Dr. Sana Murrani, Lecturer in Architecture at University of Plymouth, UK.