Jodi Hilton is an experienced photojournalist based in Sofia, Bulgaria. She graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism. Her photographs and articles have been published widely including in The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, IRIN News, Deutsche Welle and Der Spiegel. She has worked for organizations including UNDP, MSF and IRC. She has lived abroad in Turkey and Bulgaria since 2010 and has worked in many countries and regions including the Middle East, India, Pakistan, Cambodia, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, the Caucuses, Latin America and Europe.
Fljurija with her two month-old daughter at home where she lives on the outskirts of Belgrade, Serbia, without electricity or running water. The family was displaced by the war in Kosovo in the last 1990s and have been unable to register themselves in Serbia. Their situation is complicated by regional politics and shifting borders. Photographed for UNDP for the story, "For Roma, without papers it's hard to exist."
Immigrants brought into Mytilene Port by Greek Coast Guard after being picked up at sea, on the same day that Greece began deportations to Turkey.
Immigrants protest at the Greek Macedonian border on the day the Balkan Route was closed.
Immigrants flee from tear gas during a protest at the Greek Macedonian border, which was closed earlier this year.
An Iraqi woman cries as clashes begin between immigrants and Macedonian police, on the day that the Balkan route was closed and immigrants hoping to get to Western Europe found themselves trapped in Greece.