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Who We Are

Marina studied photography a Central Saint Martins.

Marina presented her work in two London solo exhibitions: 'Ydor' at the Cyprus High Commission at St Jame's Square and 'Climate Change' at the Hellenic Centre at Baker street. 

Marina participated in photo exhibitions in New York, London, Barcelona, Rotterdam, Haarlem, Wales and Cambridge University. Her work 'Body Shapes' will be exhibited in France in 2022. 
She has received numerous awards including four times the Citi Arts Club 'People Choice Photo Award' and the 'Julia Margaret Cameron' distinction. Her work was included in the Barcelona Biennial of Fine Arts & Photography. Through her Arctic whales photography,
Marina collaborated with the 'Greenland Institute of Natural Resources' to assist with their research. Her work was selected for inclusion in three photography books published in the US. Marina's photos form part of private collections and are exhibited in
villas, financial institutions as well as at the University of Warwick. Marina published five photography books covering Kenya, Namibia, the climate change impact on Greenland and Antarctica, as well as a black and white book 'Europe & Asia'. Her books form
part of University Libraries. Her book sale proceeds were donated to support children charities.  

In the UK, Marina's photography work has been displayed in the following venues:

13 St James's Square, London SW1Y 

The Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall

The Mandarin Oriental hotel, Knightsbridge

The Grosvenor hotel, Park Lane

The Royal Gardens hotel, Kensington

Global Financial Institution, Canary Wharf 

Royal Lancaster hotel, Hyde Park

Haven House Childrens' Hospice 

Richard House Childrens' Hospice

The Hellenic Centre, Baker street

The Caledonian Club, Belgravia

The University of Cambridge

The University of Warwick 'Well Being' Centre

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