WWS presents: Lost in Isolation
Lost In Isolation created by What We Seee captures the diverse emotions and our unique experiences through candid observations of our truth in these moments of reflection. During this time of isolation and distancing, we are further from each other, but forced to be much more in touch with ourselves. Founder of WWS, Misan Harriman says, “I wanted to capture a diversity of people, emotions and experiences to tell a unique story of these unusual days”.
The series was recently featured on the BBC:
People were captured by Harriman at a distance and rather than feeling lost in these times of isolation, the photographs show a full range of emotions from joy to hope, fear anxiety and depression: all healthy things to feel. The project is a study of the effects of forced isolation and a reminder that there is beauty in simplicity – if we can slow down enough to appreciate it.
A selection of photographs can be found below, as well as on WWS social media pages.