Celine Marchbank is a British documentary photographer based in London. Her work concentrates on small stories, examining the quiet details of everyday life.
A Leica Ambassador and a Fellow of the RSA, Celine’s work has been exhibited widely throughout the UK, and internationally. Her work has won or been shortlisted for several prestigious photography awards including The European Publishers Award For Photography, The Deutsche Bank Photography Award, The Lucie Foundation, Emergentes DST International Photography Award, Magenta Flash Forward Awards, Hereford Photography Festival Open Here Award and was the Jury’s Selection for the Prix Virginia International Photography Prize for Women.
Last year saw Celine publish her first book: Tulip, the story of the last year of her mother's life. Published by Dewi Lewis, it was met with widespread acclaim, being featured in The British Journal of Photography, BBC News, The Guardian, The Times Literary Supplement, The Independent, The Telegraph Magazine, Vanity Fair, Photomonitor, named Photo Book of the Month by Sean O’Hagan in The Observer, and was a selected winner in the Creative Review Photography Annual 2016.
She spends her time between long-term documentary projects, exhibiting work regularly, undertaking commercial and editorial commissions, and lecturing in documentary photography.