I was brought in at an early stage of the process and collaborated with the creatives and producers to come up with the sourcing and fabrication approach. The creatives' concept asked for “Time Bomb” sculptures fabricated using plastic debris collected at beaches around the world.

We came up with a production approach that had our team collecting plastic trash in the New York area beaches and bringing it to studio to create the first 3 proof-of-concept sculptures. We then connected to Prop Stylist Daryl McGregor and his team to create the remaining 18 sculptures with material collected around the world.

After the shoot the sculptures were displayed at the UN building in New York City and had a special show and panel at Art Basel Miami.

This series of posters won a Silver Lion at the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival, a medal at the NYF and was shortlisted at the D&AD and One Show along with being featured on Lüerzer's Archive 200 Best Photographers Worldwide.

Check out the project page here.