London based photographer Giles Duley features in a Channel 4 documentary this evening about his life and work. Giles stepped on a landmine while he was embedded with US troops in Afghanistan in 2011 and lost part of both his legs and part of his left arm in the explosion.
He has now returned to Afghanistan to continue his work documenting the impact the conflict there has had on civilians.
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