North London photographer documents lockdown experiences to honour Camden’s community spirit.
Ruth Corney, an award-winning photographer from Highgate, has embarked upon a new project that captures the unique lockdown experiences of Camden residents.
The collection serves as the basis of Ruth and journalist Dan Carrier’s photo book entitled ‘Two Metres,’ which chronicles the quarantine period from the perspective of locals, food banks, community centres, and charities operating in the neighbourhood.
Ruth has a passion for documentary photography and strives to create art that is distinguished by its social value, serving as a visual commentary on the milieu of a global pandemic.
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