On a day in April, the first month of circuit breaker in Singapore, morning light hits the folds of the bed comforter in a way that reminds me of a few things. The contours of mountains faraway of trekking plans cancelled. The steady cycle of time even as days blur. I take this photo with a 35mm camera I bought secondhand a few weeks before, eager to try, now relegated to accounting time indoors.
Jeremy Ho is a documentary filmmaker and video producer whose work focuses on culture and social issues. He has covered topics from the rise of youth in Pakistan, the working class in Korea, to the struggles of low-income residents moving from Dakota Crescent. In 2020, his gaze turns inwards.