Ashley Gilbertson is a photographer with the VII Photo agency, and a principal at Shell Shock Pictures. Gilbertson’s photographs from Iraq where he worked from 2002 until 2008, gained him recognition from the Overseas Press Club who awarded Gilbertson the prestigious Robert Capa Gold Medal. His first book, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, was released in 2007. Since then, Gilbertson has been examining veterans’ issues including Post Traumatic Stress and suicide for Time Magazine, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and The New York Times. His collection of photographs depicting the intact bedrooms of service members who died in Iraq and Afghanistan, Bedrooms of the Fallen, was a solo exhibit and was also published by The New York Times Magazine.
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