This work is part of a series based around outputs from failed and reclaimed inkjet printers. The head-clogs, misalignments and other failures of consumer printers act as a starting point for work that is then scanned, reworked, reprinted or otherwise processed. My work is experimental, covering the material and evidential qualities of digital aspects of photography. My interests are in exploring photographic materiality, failing technology and compromised ecologies. This work revolves around issues of overconsumption and waste in our technological culture. Printers act as a signpost for the waste we inevitably create, and the guilt we have around disposal. Coupled with our planet's population, these threaten our environment and survival.