The debate over construction of a wall to secure the United States border with Mexico tops the headlines. Curious about the border conversation, two years ago Ekansh Tambe went to the US-Mexico border to see it for himself. Ekansh’s photography project chronicles the fence, the culture and the people along 1,900 miles of this border during an 11-day journey with his family. More recently, 14-year-old Ekansh explored the border between North and South Korea. He visited the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), the Joint Security Area and a North Korean tunnel built for the explicit purpose of attacking South Korea. Then, as a part of his Boy Scouts Eagle project, Ekansh travelled Israel's borders with the West Bank (Palestine), Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Egypt and Gaza. This global humanitarian crisis seems overwhelming, but he is committed to educating people about the cultural and political conflicts along the world’s most turbulent borders.