My work focuses on creating events that are typical or known occurrences within the ocean. These events have some relation to experiences that are both natural and unnatural; watching jellyfish rise to the surface, finding deceased marine organisms along the shore and more-human involved events such as oil spills. The process of creating these events relies on the impact of human interaction and involvement. In order to accomplish this, I use myself as a facilitator or the "human-hand" using materials that are consumed on a daily basis such as coffee filters, plastic bottles and other discarded items to create a new organism or marine-based event. These new creatures become more accessible than their predecessors and it is this newfound accessibility that will eventually force the original organism into extinction. Thus critiquing humanity's ability to treat everything, even natural organisms, as a product of consumption that will eventually be discarded.