Mariann Fercsik is a Hungarian -British photographer based in Shenzhen, China.

She is renowned for her environmental and social documentary projects,  that which she approaches with a contemporary twist. 

She is the member of the International Union for Conservation on Nature; Commission on Education and Communication.

Her work mainly focuses on social and environmental issues, in the past years she is more and more drawn to projects that investigates climate change and its effect on various tribes and communities.

In her documentary series she is focussing on the basis of natural human connections, which she depicts intimately via her sitters.

She combines stills and portraits to depict the mood of the stories for which she uses her analogue medium format camera.

She was shortlisted to Jerwood Award, and to the Joan Wakelin Bursary, and was nominated to "Y We Share" documentary award. She acted as a jury member for the internationally acclaimed Fine Art Photography Award in 2020, 2021.

Her narratives have been published in  BeeCulture USA, The BIG Issue Australia, Geographical Magazine, Smith Journal Australia, Independent On Sunday, RPS, C-41 Italy, and her work was exhibited in London, (Christies Auction H) Budapest, and Wien in Knoll Gallery. 

Her work is sold as part of limited edition prints. 

Her next solo show is coming up in Nara, Japan, as a main part of an environmental exhibition series in 2024.

Her environmental book that focusses and on the disappearance of the bees in the Sichuan area titled 

"Hand pollination in China" was published by Northern Bee Books in 2022.

She is available for commissions.