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Giles Duley launches “100 Portraits Before I Die”Giles Duley launches “100 Portraits Before I Die”

Posted By Helen Walters

“The thing about the intensive care unit is that the lights never go off and the noise is constant,” says photographer Giles Duley. He should know. After he stepped on an IED while on assignment in Afghanistan in 2011, he spent 46 days in intensive care in a hospital in his native United Kingdom. Forty-six […]


Favorites of 2012: The power of a flashbulbFavorites of 2012: The power of a flashbulb

Posted By Kate Torgovnick May

. 2012 was the year of radical openness at TED. In that spirit, while our office is closed for winter break, TED’s editorial staffers have selected their favorite talks of the year, giving you a peek into both our process and our personalities. We hope you enjoy.. TED editorial meetings are a flurry of sound. […]


6 stunning photos from Giles Duley6 stunning photos from Giles Duley

Posted By Kate Torgovnick May

When Giles Duley left behind life as a music and fashion photographer and began criss-crossing the globe, photographing forgotten people — those with mental illness, living on the streets, residing in refugee camps and surviving in the crossfire of war — he felt a certain level of separation from his subjects. But then something happened […]