British photographer Giles Duley made his name covering fashion and music before turning his attention to photojournalism. Last year, Duley was severely injured after he stepped on an I.E.D. while on patrol with American troops in Afghanistan.
18 months on, Duley has returned to work as a photographer at the Paralympic Games. "I'm myself again," he told NBC News' Baruch Ben-Chorin. Hear his story in the video below.
Only 18 months after losing both his legs and one of his arms in an IED explosion in Afghanistan, photographer Giles Duley has returned to work at the Paralympics. "I'm myself again," he tells NBC News' Baruch Ben-Chorin.
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