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Laura Pannack: Separation

Brexit’s a tough topic, a sore spot, especially if you’re experiencing it in the midst of it all, have family and friends who are or will be affected by the aftermath that nobody fully understands, least the country’s politicians.

A lot, maybe too much has been said, written, lied, complained and argued about it, yet it’s an issue that’s in a way affecting everyone in Europe. And may it only tell us about the state the European project is in and how people perceive it, struggle with it, give up on it.

Having lived in the UK before and after the horrendous decision as an expat myself before moving back to home soil, I know of the lingering questions that have put many relationships to the test. Shall we stay or do we have to leave? Does anyone still want us here? Should we get married to be on the safe side?

In her intimate portrait series ‘Separation’, commissioned by British Journal of Photography, photographer Laura Pannack explores these feelings of uncertainty between London-based couples from the creative fields, what made them fall in love with Britain in the first place and what Brexit did to their future plans. Fascinating and yet so very relatable.

Check out these terrific shots below and follow the series and the stories behind them here.

Annika and Pete © Laura Pannack

Annika and Pete © Laura Pannack

Jana and Luke © Laura Pannack

Jana and Luke © Laura Pannack

Giacomo and Glenn © Laura Pannack

Giacomo and Glenn © Laura Pannack

Mirjami and Adam © Laura Pannack

Mirjami and Adam © Laura Pannack

Check out more of Laura’s work on her website and social media feed:

www.laurapannack.com
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