The Taliban’s Fight for Hearts and Minds. For Foreign Policy Magazine. Words: Ashley Jackson. Photos: Andrew Quilty.
On July 4, 2018, Germany deported 69 Afghans to Kabul. The day after, one of the group had hung himself in a hotel room provided by the International Organisation for Migration. Stern Magazine. Text by Uli Hauser and Frauke Hunfeld. Photos by Andrew Quilty.
Ceasefire in Afghanistan. Vice News. Photos and text by Andrew Quilty. 26.6.2018.
Temporary Truce. The first ever dual ceasefire between Afghan government and Taliban forces. TIME Magazine. Published June 22, 2018. Photo: Andrew Quilty.
Human Rights Watch report on civilian casualties caused by non-government armed groups in Afghanistan. Report by Patricia Gossman with Tassal Aziz Ahmad. Photos and video by Andrew Quilty. Published 8.5.2018.
Kunduz Déjà Vu. One year after the U.S. attack on the MSF hospital in Kunduz, I returned to the site of the massacre. The facility is still in ruins, and the Taliban are closing in on the city. Again. Foreign Policy. Text and photos by Andrew Quilty. 6.10.2016.
Surgical Strike. Television documentary for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Foreign Correspondent. Producer: Mark Corcoran; Production team: Andrew Quilty, Bethany Matta, Geoffrey Lye, Michael Maher, Sam Beattie; Additional vision: Josh Smith, Aleppo Media Centre; Stills Photography: Andrew Quilty; Editor: Matthew Walker. 1.6.2016.