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Giles Duley: 'My friends love the idea of me being half man, half camera'

by Kate Kellaway
From Britpop and fashion in the 90s to prize-winning reportage, British photographer Giles Duley has had a remarkable career. Here he talks about the landmine that left him a triple amputee, the love that saved his life and the reality TV 'star' who finally tipped him – and his camera – over the edg...
Jason Schuiling
Jason Schuiling • 2 years ago

On 7 February this year, Giles Duley, an independent 39-year-old British photographer, was blown up by a landmine in Afghanistan. He became a triple amputee, losing his left arm and both legs. After18 months, he has returned to work at the Paralympics.

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