Andrew Mangum is a photographer in Baltimore, Md., who spent eight months documenting his home life during the pandemic with his wife, Jennifer, and their three children, Fox, 8, Madeline, 6, and Bryson, 4.
Finding the words to describe this time feels overwhelming, which is probably why I take photos. I’ve always navigated the world based on my emotions and instincts, putting pictures together from things I don’t understand.
We were about to celebrate my daughter’s 6th birthday in March when we got news that schools, parks and many businesses were closing. The cake was baked, friends invited and party activities planned. But that all came to a halt. Instead, we were left to create our own magical time.
Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/11/23/style/four-walls-three-kids-and-two-parents.html