Syria's Children is a long-form photo documentary project started in 2014 attempting to share the stories of some of Syria's youngest. The stories told through the project are of child refugees living in Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon between the ages of five and fifteen. The children were photographed on Impossible Project Polaroids which were then scanned and handed back to the children. Each child involved in the project was interviewed in a safe environment with parental or guardian consent, and at the end of the interviews their portraits were taken. The interviews focused on who the children are in an effort to document their individual, unique, and important lives.