Anita is a documentary photographer based in Plymouth that explores the significance of place and land as a dimension of human life, encompassing themes of cultural and social experiences and identity.
April 25 in Lockdown
Chairs spaced two metres apart in my mum’s communal garden
Mum aged 73. Has been in isolation since the beginning of this pandemic, except for rare moments to sit in the garden when no one is around
My grandchild’s fourth birthday. A day that would normally have seen a gathering of family and friends sharing hugs and kisses. Now only witnessed from afar
Lockdown birthday celebration from afar. The cake
Some cake for you Nanny Nita?
April 29 in Lockdown
Key worker. Masks and gloves issued. Supporting vulnerable people with learning disability’s and poor mental health. Difficult times for both myself and clients in lockdown
May 2 in Lockdown
Queuing to do the food shopping. Social distancing is a must, but some choose to wear masks and gloves also
Mum waiting for her weekly food shopping to be delivered
Neighbours window. Childs drawing of a rainbow that are appearing every where across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak. A reminder to stay positive
Kezz enjoying some outside time in the communal garden with her dog Roach. Our pets have become even more important for comfort and company during lockdown, especially for those living alone
May 3 in Lockdown
Gentleman queuing to enter the store. One out, one in
Mutley Plain during Lockdown
Matthew talks of how life in Lockdown has affected him, his family and his work with Fotonow in the latest of Raman’s Covid Letters.
Anita reflects upon the early morning queues and “open” signs on her journey to work as Plymouth continues to emerge from Lockdown.
“Six months with years of events crammed in”