Waves of Change

Waves of Change tells the story of migration from our plastic saturated seas, to discover part of the ocean as yet untouched by man.

After discovering my passion for telling marine stories during my under-graduate degree, I had to continue my hard-hitting research. I began with the awful stories of the Beluga Whale grave sites in Spitsbergen in the Nordic Isles; this was one of the largest operating whaling stations from the 17th century, continuing well into the 20th, the largest scale of slaughtering took place on this beach, where thousands of Beluga bones are now piled up. This book covers combined real life stories of creatures battling the consequences of humans destroying their environments every single, the creatures travel together to find a clean part of the ocean - which is untouched by humans.