The New Yorker - The New York Times - The Washington Post - The Washington Post Magazine - The Wall Street Journal - FT Weekend Magazine - Forbes - Scientific American -.The Guardian - The Guardian U.S - Marie Claire Italy - The Observer - The Times U.K - National Geographic Traveller - The British Journal of Photography - WSJ The Future of Everything- Marie Claire Spain - The Walrus - The Icelandic Times - Culture Trip - republik.ch - Le Courrier - Publico
Greenpeace Magazin - Süddeutsche Zeitung - SZ Magazin - FAZ Quaterly - DUMMY - brand eins - DIE ZEIT - ZEIT Magazin - ZEIT Verbrechen - ZEIT Magazin Wochenmarkt - ZEIT Campus - ZEIT Wissen - ZEIT Germany - ZEIT Doctor - ZEIT Abitur - ZEIT Leo - ZEIT Online - GEO - GEO Saison - GEO Spezial - GEO Wissen - GEOlino - DER SPIEGEL - Spiegel Online - Stern - Stern Gesund Leben - Manager Magazin - Capital - Focus - Sleek - AD Architectural Digest - AW Architektur und Wohnen - DB Mobil - Lufthansa Woman`s World - Lufthansa Exclusive - Philosophie Magazin - Emotion - freundin - Galore - Mint - The Weekender - Nomad - Rucksack Magazine - Fluter - Der Freitag - Chrismon - Tagesspiegel - Berliner Zeitung
NGO`s + Foundations
GREENPEACE - Global Nature Fund - Deutsche Umwelthilfe - A.k.k.u Initiative für Künstler mit Autismus, Stiftung Preussicher Kulturbesitz
living and working in Germany and Iceland
Available for assignments World Wide
Member of Women Photograph
Marzena has studied photography at The University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund (Germany). The focus of her work lies on environmental issues. It has been published and exhibited internationally.
Her practice is driven by a deep desire to connect with nature and her pictures often oscillate between inner and outer landscapes. Marzena is drawn to issues that are connected to her personal experiences such as migration and the question how an environment shapes our identity or how we as humans define a place.
Lately, her fascination with rough nature and extreme weather has brought her to the North and the Arctic, where she explores the lives of small communities living in remote and inaccessible environments. She has spent almost three years at a Weather Station on Iceland .
She is interested in topics including nature, home, belonging, identity, isolation, environment, science, weather and climate change.
Her images can be found in exhibitions, magazines, newspapers and in her books.
Marzena speaks German, English and Polish.
2018 - lecturer Workshop "Extreme" at the RAY Fotofestival in Frankfurt.
2008 - lecturer Workshop "Documetary Photography" Photoclass pART4 Münsterlandfestival
2007 - lecturer for conceptual photography - workshops initiated by the Polish Institute in Germany
2010 Diploma in Photography
Dortmund University of Applied Sciences
1999 Vocational diploma in Graphic Design
State Technical College Rheinbach