Marianne Nord (1969) is a fine art photographer residing in Bekkestua, Norway. Her project Tranquility marked the end of her career in healthcare and a turn towards photography.
Over the past six years she has gone to Bilder Nordic School of Photography, been part of numerous photography workshops and mentor groups, and learned from photographers such as Steve McCurry, Ami Vitale, Morten Krogvold and Hans-Olav Forsang.
She exhibited her work Tranquility at Fotografiens Hus in Oslo, Norway, and received acclaim from, among others, the country's most prestigious newspaper, Aftenposten. She is now working on her next exhibition about anxiety and its claws.
2015: Award from Gullsnitt
2015: Exhibition Sens&Sans at DogA, Oslo
2016: Photograph of the month exhibited at Qvale Galleri in Oslo
2017: Solo exhibition at Fotografiens Hus in Oslo & launching her photography book, Tranquility.
2017: One of 14 Leica photographers who exhibited at Thune Gallery in Oslo.