Floods are both a private and public affair. They are debated vociferously within the media and public institutions have responsibilities for their management. But the experience of flooding is also deeply private, resulting in the loss of our most personal artefacts and homes. This series or portraits presents the human experience of flooding one year after the Somerset (UK) winter storms of 2013-14. The exhibition portrays those directly affected by the floods, along-side those involved with flood management and emergency response.
With generous support from: