A People's Defence Units (YPG) soldier during a ceasefire between the Islamic group Jabat al Nusra and the Kurdish YPG army. The Kurds are also caught up in the civil war in Syria. They claim that they do not take any side in the war and are fighting for a future Syria with equal rights for the Kurdish population, both against the Syrian Army and the Free Syrian Army.
A four-year-old girl's doll found in her destroyed room after a regime air strike that hit her house a few weeks ago.
Blood-splattered walls serve as a stark reminder of the previous day's fight in a school room on the outskirts of Aleppo.
Young girls draw images of their destroyed homes, while others depict beautiful scenes from their lives before the revolution.
Safa, who works as an art therapist, provides colors and paper which she purchases with her own savings each time she visits the children in the camp. Drawing sessions can sometimes go on all day as a never-ending queue waits for some creative release.
Mohammed, 27, takes aim at regime forces. Only a day before, he was shot in the foot by a sniper, but that hasn't stopped him from taking up the same position.
Doctors operate on a wounded rebel fighter at a secret hospital in Atmeh. The doctors essentially work non-stop, performing up to 18 operations per day.
Bread is hard to come by in Syria and finding it has become a daily struggle. Safa bakes bread in her family's tanoor whenever she can't get it anywhere else.
Nestled in olive groves stretching to the Turkish border, the camp in Atmeh is home to 15,000 displaced Syrians. Over 5,000 of these are children who are putting a brave face on a desperate situation.
A young woman who was forced to flee from her home in Aleppo has found her vocation in a camp for displaced people.