Jason Tyler’s Story

Jason Tyler of SAS:Who Dares Wins for Open Shutters by Liisa Marie Gee of Studio G Photography

Jason Tyler served 25 years in the armed forces. After his final tour of duty and leaving the forces he realised he was suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Jason explains what happened next in the 15th of our series of Open Shutters videos. Since seeking treatment, Jason has become an ambassador for Manchester-based charity Veterans’ Garage. He was an interrogator in the recent series of Channel 4’s SAS: Who Dares Wins and spends a lot of his time supporting mental health organisations.

The video below is possibly our most powerful yet and may be triggering to some.


Open Shutters will be exhibiting our portraits at Gallery Oldham from September 15 to November 10. We have launched a Crowdfunder to cover the cost of mounting the exhibition and producing a book. Please have a look at our campaign hereand help if you can. We’ve got some lovely rewards available.

If you have a story to tell and would like to take part in the Open Shutters project please give Lisa a call on 07771 553535 or fill in the form on our contact page.