Marina Tsaregorodtseva is a Still still-life photographer based in London (UK). Her journey into photography was not a straightforward one. Marina completed a degree in accounting and finance in 2000 (Russia) before relocating to the UK in 2009 for work. This move had a profound impact on her life, resulting in feelings of loneliness and isolation from her family. Marina found solace in photography a few years ago as a way to express her emotions. She is mostly self-taught, and her artwork is deeply influenced by her personal experiences and emotions.
Marina’s work centres around the relationship between everyday objects and how they are perceived. She draws inspiration from fine art, abstract forms, textures, light, and shadows to create new meanings and reveal the hidden beauty in natural and man-made environments. Her photographs have been exhibited in international group exhibitions.