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Winds of Change is a series of photographs made in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The pandemic has exposed and exacerbated the societal and economic inequalities that are prevalent in the United Kingdom, while also highlighting the countries fascination with the Empire, victory during the Second World War and other past glories. 


Winds of Change reflects on a difficult and uncertain time in Britain's history and my own personal fears and anxiety about not only Britain's future, but the future of the world and its effects on those close to me. 


As echos of 1930s Pre-War Europe engulf Asia and the United States, it has become clear that the balance of power and future of humanity has changed. Where Britain belongs in this new world is yet to be found.


There is a sense of silence and calm within the works, tinged with elements of sombreness and decline. From poetic landscapes and intimate portraits, to abandonment and the remains of deceased animals, there is an overwhelming sense that the old world is dying and a new one is emerging.

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Winds of Change is a series of photographs made in response to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The pandemic has exposed and exacerbated the societal and economic inequalities that are prevalent in the United Kingdom, while also highlighting the countries fascination with the Empire, victory during the Second World War and other past glories. 


Winds of Change reflects on a difficult and uncertain time in Britain's history and my own personal fears and anxiety about not only Britain's future, but the future of the world and its effects on those close to me. 


As echos of 1930s Pre-War Europe engulf Asia and the United States, it has become clear that the balance of power and future of humanity has changed. Where Britain belongs in this new world is yet to be found.


There is a sense of silence and calm within the works, tinged with elements of sombreness and decline. From poetic landscapes and intimate portraits, to abandonment and the remains of deceased animals, there is an overwhelming sense that the old world is dying and a new one is emerging.

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