I accompanied photographer and documentary filmmaker Mark McEvoy on a weekend mission to photograph volunteers working for the grassroots NGO Refugee Community Kitchen in Calais.

Although the Jungle was razed to the ground by the French authorities in October 2016 there are still refugees and migrants sleeping rough in Calais, either applying for asylum in France or hoping to make it into the UK.

Refugee Community Kitchen serves over 900 people hot meals each day from a state-of-the-art kitchen which was paid for and built by volunteers and through donations.

The photographs are to be used by RCK to raise awareness of their work through social media channels, while portraits of volunteers will be added to my longterm project about the refugee camps of Northern France called “Indeterminate State”.