Between March and June 2020, Canadian photographer Michael Willems was at home, because his studio, like much of Ontario, was shut down due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
Almost three months at home except for one or two outings, with the time spent mainly by watching TV.
But Michael also decided to make a self-portrait every day. An interpretive portrait, that reflected not just his mood, but also the mood of the country, and of much of the world.
This is the chronicle of those 82 days.