A selection of black and white images depicting aspects of the Covid 19 pandemic in London from March 2020
Mariam lives in Tottenham, N17. Recently arrived as a refugee from Syria
Looks like a duck...swims like a duck...
Walking along the Golden Jubilee Bridge in front of the London Eye
Preparing for a Covid 19 funeral, North London
Dutch tourists on Golden Jubilee bridge.
Social distancing on Muswell Hill broadway
A lone passenger on the underground escalator, Highgate
A deserted Bank of England and Royal Exchange
Camus, summarizes the pandemic by the Regents Canal, NW1
Resident of Shoreditch, E1
A largely empty Kings Cross station during Lockdown 1.
An Italian tourist poses in front of the ‘Adoration of the Shepherds’ by Guido Reni. National Gallery, Trafalgar Square
Making notes in front of Seurat’s Bathers at Asnieres. National Gallery
Pub visitor at the end of Lockdown 1, North London
No tourists in Trafalgar Square due to the pandemic but no pigeons either thanks to this falcon and his handler
An air ambulance lands near to the London Eye to take a patient to hospital
Normally busy underground stations provide an eerie backdrop to solitary passengers. Highgate
Shop staff have risen to the challenge of enforcing social distancing. Muswell Hill, North London
A young mother takes her child to the local shops, Tottenham.
Not much activity outside the Bank of England and Royal Exchange, Bank
Working from home at the height of the first lockdown, greatly reduced the underground passenger numbers
Full face visors attempt to reduce viral spread between passengers on the Underground
A deserted Trafalgar Square is only occupied by the falcon handler intended to scare off pigeons as effectively as Covid19 has scared off tourists and commuters
A customer enjoys a haircut at the end of Lockdown 1. North London
Covid makes little distinction between gender and ethnicity; only health and age are considered important
Social distancing between friends, North London
A homeless man tries to make the most of a newly available doorway
Black lives Matter protests carried on throughout the pandemic. Vauxhall
'Liberty leading the people...'
Two ladies living opposite the Whittington Hospital show their appreciation for NHS workers. Archway, North London
Life starts to get back to normal. Piccadilly Circus