I thought I was going to spend lockdown making music, something from my youth I’ve been enjoying again. After all, photography has been my job for several years now, so I would have thought taking a break from it was a more obvious path. But in my lockdown, a physical world where only I existed, I needed to remind myself of the things I’d done, places I’d been and all the art I’ve been proud to create so far. I plastered my bare white-washed walls with all the prints I could lay my hands on, turning my house into a personal gallery. That turned out to be a catalyst to turn the camera on myself, validating my existence with picture after picture of, well, mostly me. One picture led to an idea for another, the pictures became more elaborate as more effort went into each one throughout lockdown.