From Fashion Photographer to Documenting the Legacy of War
Aired On: May 5, 2016
Giles Duley discusses his career, from fashion photography to documenting the effects of conflict around the world, and his most recent work documenting the refugee crisis for the UNHCR.
Giles Duley worked as a successful fashion and music photographer for ten years. Becoming disillusioned with celebrity culture, he decided to abandon photography and left London to begin work as a full-time care-giver. It was in this role that he rediscovered his craft and its power to tell the stories of those without a voice. In 2000, he returned to photography, personally...
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