Photographer Mandy Barker (UK) has been documenting plastic pollution in the oceans for over 12 years. In collaboration with scientists and researchers, she transforms information about it into collages. Her work SOUP shows a global collection of plastic waste washed up on beaches worldwide. In the work STILL (FFS), she gracefully depicts shearwaters dying on Howe Island in the Pacific Ocean, having become so heavy after consuming plastic waste that they can no longer fly.