In 2010, photographer Mark Neville went to Afghanistan as an Imperial War Museum appointed war artist and the experience changed his life. After spending three months with 16 Air Assault brigade in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Neville returned home suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). Neville had gone to Helmand with an expectation that he could make engaged social documentary work by getting...
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