A Zine about June 2020

July 19, 2020  •  1 Comment

June wasn't really that different to March, April and May in most ways. Last year it was June that I got stuck on and then had to catch up at the start of this year. I think at the time I was struggling to fill it with interesting images, but looking back at it now that's hard to believe - I did lots of interesting things! 

This June I was busy working on projects with Shutter Hub, working remotely for CAA and I started getting enquiries about photoshoots. I kept going on walks (though not as many, need to get back to those more!) I baked some nice things, spent a lot of time in the garden and had success with my Mamiya RB67/Lomo Diana Instant Back+. We introduced new rituals to signify the weekends, everyone suddenly stopped having Zooms without anyone ever saying anything about it, and we discovered growing sweetcorn is very satisfying (but I need to get better at weeding).

 

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Hi, I'm Jayne Lloyd, a professional photographer based in Essex. If you would like to speak to me about working together please don't hesitate to get in touch - it doesn't have to be about zines, but it can be if you like.


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Susan Bittker(non-registered)
Hi Jayne - this is lovely. Like you, I grow sweetcorn on my allotment and enjoy eating whatever the mice leave, though this year I'm going to try erecting a mouse barrier. In Wisconsin (where they grow a LOT of it), the test of whether the sweetcorn was on track was 'knee-high on the fourth of July'. Most years, I just about hit it, but this year it was nearly hip-high. So I think the mice will be pleased. Thank you for sharing this.
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