Artificial Rhythms

Artificial light in US cities affects the seasonal rhythms of plants, advancing the date of breaking leaf and delaying the colouring of leaves.

Dead Red Tides

Almost all bodies of water have some algae, but in a red tide, the water changes colour because the population of algae living in the water becomes so dense. Off the west coast of Florida, these red tides are also likely to cause dead zones of life by starving the water of oxygen.

Deadly Nails

Give me your hand as I mask my concerns, sit back and relax with worries about skin as I remove old polish (how we talk)

Lingering Smoke

Stubborn stains swirl across the room, as yellowed rugs and mottled drapes swish callously in stifling drafts of vice. Surfaces soaked forever in the selfish

Plastic Snow

At the top of the world you sparkle with seclusion, sheathed in winter’s blade from the grubby tracks of those tainted, foul machines. But something

Breaking Novel Boundaries

Countless contaminants pour forth from progress into organic systems that purred with life. Every novel entity a jagged cog catching the fabric of our planet’s

Uneven Water

Swirling underground, invisible toxins leach into view. Potent cocktails of mismanaged waste that ebb and drift and flow. Flow into wells that hide in plain

Dirty Light

The Earth tries to sleep, casting off the shadows of a distant star beneath the tattered veil of greying night. Behind thinning eyelids the atmosphere

Snake River near Keystone, Colorado, USA.

Rare Earth Water

Cascading carelessly past weathered ore you slither into view against the levee’s edge. Sparkling waters that blister in the warming sun, their see-through hues a

California Haze

Crackling branches snap in the heat, as smoke cascades like filthy waterfalls across the burning embers of this heated, hated land. An unbottled genie launched