From climbing Mount Everest to ocean diving, and particularly seeing the beaches and coastlines of the planet, one constant variable surrounding these natural environments is the pollution engulfing and destroying our environment. The transparent nature of the plastics and oil had made me neglect the issue until I was stuck in a storm at Mount Everest for days at a high altitude with no access to food, gas or fresh water. This exposure led to partial paralysis and severe brain damage. The bleak and barren terrain of the mountains allowed me to realise the extent of pollution on our planet in even the most remote and sacred places. This series aims to exploit the plastics which have blended into the environment and help us depict and identify these harmful pollutants from abstract aesthetics by using found objects made from plastics, from obvious plastic water bottles to the oils which make plastic.