Back in May 2020, during the height of the pandemic, I was featured alongside other female photographers in a BBC News in Pictures article documenting life in lockdown.
The Association of Photographers f22 group highlighted women commercial photographers, documenting their experiences of lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"Currently, our view of these usually mundane and architecturally ordinary buildings which we've taken for granted have changed beyond anything we could have imagined, becoming pillars of survival and, for some, the only place of human interaction."
"After asking permission and waiting until customers had left, I photographed these usually busy and purely functional destinations, now beacons of necessity. Our relationship with them is complex now more than ever."