See Me explored the experiences of veterans all over Scotland to launch The Guard campaign, which aims to encourages veterans who are struggling with their mental health to ask for help more quickly.
On average it takes more than 10 years for a veteran to seek support for their mental health, with many reaching crisis point before telling anyone. This is a vital campaign putting the stories of five veterans at its heart.
I was invited to the launch of the campaign at Waverley station, where portraits of the veterans were on display, accompanied by a QR code which people can scan to hear their stories. I met the veterans who had bravely put themselves forward for the campaign, including Stacey, who now works for Combat Stress, supporting fellow veterans with their mental health. You can view more about the campaign here.