British documentary photographer Giles Duley is a contemporary pioneer of humanitarian photography. Known for capturing the consequence of conflict and war, he tries to make the world a little bit better, even at his own expense.
The photographer was severely injured after an injury from an IED while in Afghanistan alongside the US Army, thus making him lose both his legs and an arm.
Despite this handicap, Duley's "Legacy of War" looks at the lasting and pervading impact of war around the world, and has lived among the individuals and communities that are suffering.
In this seven-minute interview, Duley talks about his life and work on documenting the sidelines of war, and that most of the time, it's the innocent civilians who suffer the most.
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