2020 was the year that the world as we knew it, was suspended due to the global pandemic.
After a year spent following strict rules and guidance restricting movement, Project 21, photographed by June Cadogan, documents Harrow residents as they began to exit another lockdown, to get a sense of how they coped and its effects.
Residents like Chloe and her daughter Amelie who set up a kid’s t-shirt printing business during a global pandemic.
Shot in the Summer of 2021, the aim of the project was to collect the stories of the people of Harrow in lockdown and create an archive which could be seen by residents and wider audiences.
These stories have been collated into an archive and are now being exhibited alongside photographic portraits showing the people behind the stories.
The exhibition is showing at The Gallery, Harrow Arts Centre and runs from Friday 3 December 2021 until Friday 14 January 2022.