Will Afghans accept false results? Travis Beard hopes not
Travis Beard has worked as a photojournalist for the last 10 years. He first visited Afghanistan in 2001. He returned in 2006 to work as Chief Editor of Aina Photojournalism Institute, where he guided over 30 students towards graduation and onto towards professional positions. He works as a freelance photojournalist for several European picture agencies. He also has is own company Argus that provides numerous services (from images, video, text, translators, transport, security and logistics). He is also Co-founder of the Kabul Knights Motorcycle Club and a member of the first resident rock band in Kabul: White City.
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