Elisabeth Hoff releases ‘Drowning in Plastic’, a haunting series of images to highlight the Great British Beach Clean, an annual event organised by The Marine Conservation Society which took place at the end of September. Elisabeth Hoff is a photographer and art director creating high end imagery for clients in the UK and abroad. Prior to this, she studied Marine Biology and grew up sailing around the world with her family. Inspired by her background she has most recently turned her lens to the single-use plastics that are clogging our oceans. Working in collaboration with the Marine Conservation Society the images...
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