A Collaboration Between
Boyd's Station and
Portraits in Quarantine
As novel coronavirus Covid-19 took hold across the world, people went in to self-quarantine. Amid this new pandemic, people searched for ways to connect with one another. Zoom calls, virtual happy hours and group chats became normal. While American’s took refuge in their homes a growing trend emerged “Portraits in Quarantine.”
In this series of photographs, you will find partners, roommates, families, and others alone in self-isolation. They hunkered down, stayed home, and social distanced to do their part to stop the spread, to flatten the curve.
From door steps and windows, we viewed the world and the crisis from our own front door.
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