Day In The Life Of A Lockdown Photographer

Kent Life|July 2020

Day In The Life Of A Lockdown Photographer
Nina Callow reveals why she’s documenting her family’s life in lockdown
Rachael Hale

Name: Nina Callow

Job title: Freelance photographer

Based: Bexley

TELL US ABOUT YOU

I’ve lived in Bexley for the last 18 years. Photography has always been part of my life. I used to have little Lumix cameras, but used them so much I wore them out. I ‘see’ photos everywhere. My husband bought me my first DSLR camera and shortly after that I won a John Lewis photo competition. Around the same time, I became inspired by some American photographers who were taking everyday, documentary-style family photographs. It set me off on a massive journey and I started training formally. I’ve now done lots of courses and taken thousands of pictures. I started my photography business about five years ago and spend half of my time doing commercial shoots and the other half working with families either in their homes or on location.

LIFE BEFORE LOCKDOWN?

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