Growing up in and amongst big cities I was taken back by the houses in Leicester. Although it may just be regular brick houses to most people, to me they had this nostalgic kind of feel to them, kind of like the houses from classic children storybooks! 📚🧸 ➝ What do you think?
Many of us have remarked lately that the world feels upside down, stormy and completely unknown. That's our (white) privilege being shaken awake. For others, what's been in our news cycle this week has been occurring in their communities for decades. •
Now is not the time to look away. White people, it's time show up for people of color in a real way if you haven't already been doing that, educate yourself, check your privilege and your ego, donate, read books, have uncomfortable conversations, go to protests, talk to your white family and friends, support grassroots movements. If you have a platform, use it. There are SO MANY resources on how to be an ally. You don't have an excuse anymore. Black Lives Matter.
A huge THANK YOU to @nikonusa for sharing my quarantine mirror series as part of their #NationalPhotographyMonth series. Head over to their page to follow along and see the full post!
I had the opportunity to talk to them about how I've been coping and staying creative through this time with this series. I'm so humbled and excited by this opportunity to work with them.
♚ You drive next to it, you walk along it, but you don’t realise how majestic this building really is until you just stop and look at it. The St. Pancras International Station is a true masterpiece of Gothic Victorian architecture and engineering.
⇡Look up, you’re missing out on the world above you⇡ ❯❯ This one has to be one of my favourite shots. It was taken in a random alleyway with absolutely no view in front of me except stairs and handrails which led to nowhere interesting. So what do you do when there’s nothing in front of you? You LOOK UP! 👆🏼