As a photographer I have been developing a series of work I call Seaworks for almost 50 years. Work made on or about shorelines.
This is the first in a new departure of moving images.
Strandline is a term used in Ireland for the line of flotsam and jetsam deposited on a beach by the last high tide. The floating detritus of man and nature laid in a pattern created by the rhythm of the tide and the attraction of the moon.
It is made over about ten days using scraps of fishing line, copper wire and seawater collected on Cocklawburn beach in Northumberland