has changed the face of Britain as we know it. It’s the
year when people joined in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter
movement and in which our daily lives and sense of community have
shifted with the impact
Full of hope and humanity, these portraits and their
accompanying stories capture some of the individuals behind the
country’s collective resilience.
Gathering photos – many taken during lockdown – from across the
UK, it sheds light on the lives of frontline workers and
protestors, provides a window into homeschooling and
socially-distanced celebrations as well as an artful take on the
Portrait of Britain Vol. 3 is published by
Hoxton Mini Press.