An OnGOING project that re-imagines the future landscape by incorporating found plastic objects into mixed-media photographic compositions, giving a permanent and transformative presence in the landscape to the alarming rate of discarded plastic currently polluting the world's oceans. This series involves physically removing small pieces of ocean plastic and integrating these as photographs into the compositions as permanent landmasses. The final result is a  collage showing an imaginary landscape; an illusory of rocky, compact, colourful and perfectly homogeneous consistencies of plastic pieces that are incorporated almost naturally into these seascapes, floating islands of plastic. Imminent Impressions is a powerful comment on the landscape we are creating for future generations - and the permanent impact of humanity on our environment - by showing how discarded waste is altering the landscape now and the potential for calamity in the future.