I created The Fear of Tomorrow as a response to lockdown and my feelings of loss and terror. I decided to make something entirely new to explain my feelings at that time, creating a mixture of fine art portraits and landscapes. My goal in this series of images was to represent the breadth of my feelings, including fear, loss, emptiness, anxiety, encirclement, and the desire to run away in the safe place. However, despite the presence of these negative emotions, there is also hope. The pictures are intentionally in different tones from delicate to more intense, representing the variability of my emotions during this weird time.