Growing up by the ocean and living there my whole life, I had a strange feeling about not doing so anymore when I moved for UNI. I hopped on a train and found myself in an unfamiliar, yet, somehow, familiar space. When I got to Scarborough on the West coast of northern England, I began thinking of all the problems we as humans are causing the ocean. I photographed intuitively and later used the material to communicate the disastrous plastic pollution of the ocean and explored humans’ role in it all. The images are further reworked by using photocopy techniques (layering, scanning, ripping, saltwater-soaked, scanned) to enhance the narrative.