Detritus coughed up onto the coastline of Wales between Harlech and Criccieth. These sea worn items have a certain beauty to them despite being a very obvious sign of our ever present pollution of the environment.
A set of photographs influenced by the David Lynch exhibition at the Photographers Gallery in London.
Malevich painted his black square in 1913 supposedly the first painting of nothing. It appears that Southwalk council has unwittingly joined the supremacist movement with its somewhat ham-fisted attempt at covering up tagging near the Thames in Bermondsey.
The oozing, growing, slimy green things revealed when the Thames drops below it's banks each day.