This series explores the scientific, yet abstract form of a jellyfish as a means of representing discovery and humanity’s curiosity with regards to the unknown sublimity of the ocean. By utilizing the scientific method of zooming in, it influences one to take a step back following the technique of Karl Blossfeldt who captures macro images of nature’s repetitive patterns and forms.
This plastic bag exploration depicts how plastic has almost become a natural element of the ocean. Through the plastic's transparent nature, it seems as it should belong within the water, although it is truly destroying a habitat. Through the medium of photography, it creates the sense that the audience is looking through a lens at a distant world. This alludes to the reality of humanity’s detached attitude towards the cause and effect of the ocean’s pollution.