Celine Marchbank is a documentary & editorial photographer specialising in British based stories, fascinated by the small everyday details of life. Based in London, she spends her time between personal documentary projects, exhibiting work regularly, and undertaking commercial and editorial work.

She is also a regular sessional lecturer in documentary photography on the BA (Hons) Digital Photography course at Ravensbourne University in London.

This year she was invited and accepted as a Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce).

Her work has won and been shortlisted for a variety of awards, including the European Publishers Award, Deutsche Bank Award, Lucie Foundation Scholarship, Magenta Flash Forward Award, Hereford Photography Festival Open Here Award, and the International Photography Award Emergentes DST. Her work been exhibited internationally at a variety of places including the HotShoe Gallery, Proud Central Gallery, Encontros Da Imagem Festival in Portugal, The Finnish Museum of Photography in Helsinki and the Arles Photography Festival in France.

See her website for more work:  www.celinemarchbank.com

Email: celine@celinemarchbank.com

Please feel free to get in touch.



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  1. Celine, hello. Just wanted to say the series you did on your mum, Tulips, is very touching. I can only imagine you made her very proud. My mom passed from liver and intestinal cancer in July and I have been working on a project about her.
    Just recently, I moved to Bilbao, Spain from New Mexico to get married. I really enjoy living in Europe. Hope you are enjoying your visit of the South Western US. Your welcome to check out my web site. It has some of my past work on it. Though nothing about my mom yet.
    Best regards, Marq

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