Lockdown Light

Spring 2020 was the sunniest since records began (1929) in the UK.
We were also subjected to the COVID19 pandemic – our ‘lockdown’ started on the 18th of March.
Patterns of day-to-day living would change. We avoided venturing out of the house, unless it was necessary. Every morning, we would get few minutes of early light, streaming through the Victorian glass panes of our front door. It created worlds in what would, otherwise, be a lat white wall.
This was when I started photographing what later bacame Lockdown Light – chasing illuminated scenes and time.

Restrictive measures were eased after nearly 11 weeks – I stopped photographing that light, and started forming a book for this body of work.