The Iron Harvest of WW1 – Roger Allen

One hundred years after the start of the First World War the fields of Belgium and France are still providing a macabre harvest of unexploded military ordnance. This week Roger was sent on assignment for the Daily Mirror to cover the story to show how farmers today are dealing with the legacy of the First […]

Iraq War 2003 – A Personal Reflection

My experiences were not your experiences, your war was not my war. My feelings are not your feelings and your tears are not my tears. My hurt and pain is not your hurt and pain and your loss is not mine. My vision was my own and these images belong to me but they don’t […]