An interview with Julian Andrews
Julian Andrews is an award-winning international photojournalist who has spent the past 34 years of his life photographing some of the world’s biggest news events and most influential people. During his time covering the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq he faced death no less than eight times. Yet it was something far simpler which came closest to ending his life following struggles with PTSD and depression.
Julian uses the story of one fateful day in Fallujah, Iraq, as a basis to release some useful tools for anyone facing struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With bullets fizzing past his head and taking the lives of those around him, Julian had to think fast and clearly in order to save his own life and the lives of his colleagues. Corporate entities, small business owners and private individuals will be empowered in equal measure in ways to manage their mindset in these unpredictable days of life during/post COVID.