Celine Marchbank is a British photographic artist and lecturer based in London. Her practice explores everyday life, fascinated by the quiet details of domesticity, with a particular interest in home, family and exploring intimate stories.
In 2016 she published her first book Tulip the story of the last year of her mother's life, told through a tender and poetic narrative focusing on the small details in her home. Published by Dewi Lewis it received widespread critical acclaim including being named The Observer Photo Book of the Month and featured in BBC News, The Guardian, Creative Review, The Times Literary Supplement, The Independent, The Telegraph Magazine and Vanity Fair amongst others. Her new book A Stranger in My Mother's Kitchen, to be published by Dewi Lewis in early 2022, is an exploration of the grieving process told through cooking her mother's recipes. Her work has won and been shortlisted for a variety of photography awards, and exhibited both nationally and internationally.