Marianne Ingleby (1980) is a journalist and photographer living in Amsterdam.

My work is a visualisation of inner scarring. Scarring obtained from living and what has been passed down. I am inspired by nature, it is harsh and unrelenting, yet nothing is more magical than the natural world.  I search for the moment in which this scarring, in a certain light, can look beautiful, as beauty is such an important consolation.

Picture by Bruce Elkus, Iwo Jima, Japan, 1945.

Picture by Bruce Elkus, Iwo Jima, Japan, 1945.

Marianne Ingleby has a bachelor in Journalism (2004, Hogeschool van Utrecht), a Master in American Studies (2006, Universiteit Utrecht) and studied artistic photography at the Fotoacademie in Amsterdam (2017). She has worked at various news outlets such as Metro newspaper and CNBC television.

Recognition for Operation Detachment and other photographic projects:

2017, selected by editors LensCulture our to be featured in the Exposure Awards 2018 Competition Gallery.

2017, Advertisement Haute Photography Magazine.

2017, Shortlist Olympus Young Talent Award. Part of group exhibition in Foam Cafe, part of Foam photography museum.

2017, Gup Magazine (Guide to Unique Photography) chosen as New Dutch Talent 2018.

2017, Editor’s choice Celeste Art Prize 2017.

2017, series Body of Flowers selected for Naarden-Off Fotofestival in Naarden, Holland.

2015: series Body of Flowers, selected by jurors of Life Framer photography contest to be part of international group exhibition in Bienne, Switzerland (Juraplatz Art Space,) and Los Angeles, USA (Think Tank Gallery).

2014: Paer Photo Prize, honorable mention series Body of Flowers.


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