30 August 2013
On the day that PM David Cameron announced England won’t proceed any military action in Syria, Nadia Spita helped the International photographer Giles Duley to set up his exhibition at the House of Parliament – Westminster.
An Exhibition about photos that Giles took last year of Afghan civilians injured by landmines & UXO’s. Its for the APPG on Landmines
Giles Duley worked for 10 years as a fashion and music photographer before becoming an accomplished humanitarian photographer. His work has been exhibited and published worldwide in many respected publications including Vogue, GQ, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Sunday Times, The Observer and New Statesman. In 2010 he was nominated for an Amnesty International Media Award and was a winner at the Prix de Paris in 2010 & 2012. His self-portrait was selected for the 2012 Taylor Wessing Exhibition at the Natinal Portrait Gallery. In 2011, whilst working in Afghanistan, Duley stepped on an improvised explosive device. He was severely injured, losing both legs and an arm.
In 2012 he returned to work, documenting the plight of injured Afghani civilians at the EMERGENCY hospital in Kabul.