Nominated for the 2016 ICP Infinity Award in Art Book.


"Like an arrow, this small book hits its target fast and hard, but so quietly that it’s hard to understand the quivering emotional vibration left in its wake. 27 images shot by a soldier on a tour of duty in Iraq are punctuated by 76 words (80 including the title) that transform mundane daily moments from 10-year-old memories into a contemporary challenge to answer the outstanding question with global significance, ‘why?’”

- Stephen Mayes



"...Ten Years After Iraq, one of the most devastating comments on the war that I have ever seen. He is a veteran of the Iraq war and has emerged with a simple, eloquent perspective that will stop any thoughtful person in their tracks."

- Sebastian Junger



William Chan served in the U.S. Army during the invasion of Iraq in 2003. Ten Years After Iraq is the journey of many veterans who have to reconcile the pride of one's service with the outcome of the war in which they fought. It is a plea for individual release, and a hope for his country to reflect on its past decisions.




10.5 × 7 inches

62 pages


Edition of 1,000

ISBN: 978-0-9904623-2-3