'Waveworn' documents weathering and erosion on the Sussex coast through the medium of film and stills photography, catalogued by location and date to create a complete and beautiful archive of change over fifteen years in the intertidal zone. Waveworn explores pressing issues of environmental instability, but also timeless human themes of change, instability and desire for (the illusion of) control.

Timber groynes are wooden structures consisting of posts and planking. They run down the beach from just above high tide to just above low tide. They slow the flow of shingle along the beach caused by longshore drift and protect the shoreline. They are literally wave-worn.