digital photography; 20×24”
“My photograph represents a narrative of loss. To lose a family member under normal circumstances is difficult enough, but to lose one unexpectedly and quickly to COVID-19 was very difficult. Because of Covid restrictions for funeral homes, I ended up standing as my wife sat next to her mother. With the camera in hand, I fired off a few frames but was quickly overtaken by my wife’s pain at the loss of her father.”
ARTIST BIO: William Jones began making his living as a professional photographer in 1976; a year earlier he had won his first International photographic competition sponsored by Eastman Kodak Company. After completing his master’s degree he focused on fine art photography. William’s work is created in film based, alternative photography processes and digital. His photographic palette is made up of many photography genres including street, portraiture, studio and micro.