The world of 2020 is small. Not only has globe trotting come to a sudden, ignominous end, but much of the world was ordered to stay within the confines of their own home. Many of us found suddenly found ourselves as full-time remote workers, and we’re the lucky ones. Friends, colleagues, and family were banished to spectral sprites on computer screens.
2020 Light is a photography project that involves me shooting close to where I live, in and around San Francisco. I’ve always felt that my days here were numbered, and along with being a creative outlet to help me stay sane, it’ll also serve as a memento for the city after I’ve gone.
Each entry consists of one (or occasionally a handful) of photos, coupled with short prose. See also background on Sequences.
I also tweet new photos.