Reuben Wu's striking imagery of a concentrated solar power plant in Nevada is shining a light on renewable energy.
A vast array of heliostats track the sun from dawn to dusk, directing sunlight at a central power tower which converts the sun's rays into electricity.
"I discovered the solar reserve when I was driving across America. I saw this kind of weird glint of brightness -- like an unnatural sun -- in the landscape with an array around it," Wu told CNN. The Briton is a founding member of UK electro band Ladytron and starting taking photos on road trips when touring the US.
"The photos have gone down really well," he says. "One of things I'd love to do is to be above the power plant. I was able to get some drone shots, but I'd love to get a different perspective with a proper camera in a helicopter."
"It seems kind of monumental when you get above it -- the repetitive patterns that you see from above has a magic that you don't see from the ground."
To fuel his passion for photography, Wu started booking his travel a few days ahead of the band when on tour. "I would rent a car and just drive with a camera and explore," he explains.
Wu focuses much of his work on environmental subjects, like these wind turbines near Block Island on the east coast of America.
"Renewable energy sources are really exciting -- it's constantly changing right now," Wu says. "In Europe it's huge, in America it's tiny."
His photography travels have also taken him to Svalbard, 600 miles south of the North Pole.