A PORTRAIT OF ENFORCED ISOLATION
The first Covid-19 lockdown in March 2020 compelled us to distance ourselves from family and friends, and alienated us from familiar places and rituals, such as meeting acquaintances for coffee and shopping at the supermarket.
To mark the arrival of the first lockdown, I began taking portraits of family and friends living in the semi-remote market town of Driffield in the Yorkshire Wolds. A further exploration of the pandemic, the series documents the rupture to a way of life that has remained largely unchanged in my hometown since the war.
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