Marion Davies is an award winning fine art documentary photographer with a social science and social work background, whose work centres on the themes of remembrance and memory.

 

Her documentary exhibitions have been shown extensively in Britain and abroad. Her photographs have been acquired by numerous private collectors, as well as by the Museum of London.

 

Her published work includes Absence and Loss: Holocaust Memorials in Berlin and, together with poet Jane Liddell-King, Faces in the Void: Czech Survivors of the Holocaust.

 

Her latest book, in collaboration with fellow photographer Debra Rapp and urban planning and cultural historian Juliet Davis, Dispersal: Picturing Urban Change in East London was published in September 2017.