Ty Faruki

A volunteer worker emerges from an excavation site, wherein 2018, thousands were discovered in four mass graves. The shaft he is working in is approximately 80-100ft deep.

During the coalition to remove Daesh (ISIS) from Kurdistan, Iraq, they set light to oil fields in the town of Al Qayyarah. Workers pause while working to contain the fire.

Former resistance soldier Edin reflects on the conflict in Bosnia, sitting where Serbian troops fired hundreds of grenades into the city of Sarajevo.

The following photos are mostly taken on my mobile phone and were captured to document my recovery from PTSD. I began taking these as part of a treatment in an attempt to catch moments that may otherwise go unnoticed, giving me time to reflect on what I felt to try and understand them in moments of heightened anxiety.

The following photos are mostly taken on my mobile phone and were captured to document my recovery from PTSD. I began taking these as part of a treatment in an attempt to catch moments that may otherwise go unnoticed, giving me time to reflect on what I felt to try and understand them in moments of heightened anxiety.

The following photos are mostly taken on my mobile phone and were captured to document my recovery from PTSD. I began taking these as part of a treatment in an attempt to catch moments that may otherwise go unnoticed, giving me time to reflect on what I felt to try and understand them in moments of heightened anxiety.

Ty Faruki

Freelance British-Pakistani photographer interested in trauma and anthropogenic climate change and its systemic influence on conflict and water stress.

Credits include – New Statesman, the Irish Times, Financial Times, the Telegraph, the Times, the i Paper, the New Humanitarian, Huffington Post, Evening Standard, Complex magazine, Clash magazine and the Independent newspaper.

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