Worthing in Lockdown
'I’ve lived in Worthing for 20 years and it’s never looked quite like this before. During the day, I work as a mental health advocate, my evenings and weekends are usually taken up with music photography, shooting gigs and festivals locally and across the UK. I also edit Breaking Glass Magazine, an online publication focused on music, photography and the arts.'
'With no gigs or festivals to shoot, I’ve spent some time in lockdown taking photos around my local area, capturing some familiar places that feel a little surreal without the usual people and noise surrounding them. It’s far removed from my normal subject matter but it’s been a bonus to see what’s on my doorstep in a different light.'
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