James Mollison is a Kenya-born, England-raised photographer who recently released a book called Where Children Sleep. The idea of the book began when his wife asked him to come up with a concept pertaining to children’s rights and he immediately remembered his childhood bedroom and how it showed who he was.
The large-format photographs contain photos of children from around the world — countries featured include Mexico, Israel, the West Bank, U.S.A, Lesotho, Nepal, and India. As Mollison states, “I didn’t want it just to be about ‘needy children’ in the developing world, but rather something more inclusive, about children from all kinds of situations.
The book is definitely worth at least a flip through! You can see more images here.