"I began my journey into the world of photography aged 15 when I received a Pentax ME Super camera from my father for Christmas. I was hooked but drifted away from photography after leaving school. I returned to photography in 1993 after being uninspired by having a ‘normal’ job. I'm self taught and have an attitude of ‘just do it’ regardless of people saying you can't. Over my career I've shot most genres of photography from sport to documentary, portraits, weddings, travel, news, magazine and conflict. I've produced several long term stories ranging from 2 to 10 years."
After the Fall is a body of work by Stewart Weir documenting the fall of
the Taliban when the city of Herat was taken over by the Northern Alliance.
The images were taken almost 20 years ago, in 2002, shortly after the Twin
Towers in the US fell on September