Acacia Johnson is an artist and photographer from Alaska. Drawn to remote places and otherworldly landscapes, her work has focused on the environment, conservation, and the connections between people and place. After receiving a Fulbright grant to...
On the first morning of self-quarantine, an unexpected blossom of light appears on the wall in my partner's apartment near Gothenburg, Sweden. Since starting our self-quarantine, I've found myself making photographs in the way that I did when I first picked up a camera as a teenager â€“Â a way to search for quiet magic in the everyday.
A World Paused by Coronavirus - National Geographic
Mar 31, 2020
As the world has increasingly shut down daily operations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, National Geographic photographers around the world have been documenting their lives in self-isolation. Check out the article for a reminder of how we're all in it together – and to see one of my recent images from self-quarantine near Gothenburg, Sweden.