Hannah’s stirring portraits of frontline workers at the NHS, shot during the first UK lockdown last year, have been licensed via Mullen Lowe London for a Government campaign being rolled out this week, urging people to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.
“In the early days of the UK’s COVID-19 outbreak I was commissioned to document how the Royal Free Hospital and it’s staff were dealing with the effects of the pandemic. To be able to tell this incredible story of resilience, I was given access to all hospital departments – including ICU, the maternity ward, and the mortuary. This was a truly eye opening and inspiring experience. It was such an honour to work alongside the NHS frontline workers, who heroically and tirelessly put their own lives at such risk to save others” – Hannah Maule-ffinch