Jennilee Marigomen


"In a city like Vancouver that is renowned for its photography, it takes something really special to catch our eye in this crowded arena. Jennilee Marigomen’s work looks at what much photography produced in this city does: urban spaces, as well as our relationship with and the tension between the natural world and the built environment. But her images contain a blatantly beautiful poetic whimsy, as well as the sense that you are privy to a moment which is simultaneously ordinary and extraordinary, distinguishing her from the pack. Although Jennilee works with found scenes, stumbling upon what she captures with her lens, her photographs are rigorous in their formal qualities of composition, and painterly in their balance of form and colour as well as her masterful portrayal of light. "
- Emmy Lee, Assistant Curator, The Vancouver Art Gallery. For "Here & Elsewhere" (Interview), 2012 

Jennilee Marigomen is a Canadian photographer whose work investigates everyday phenomenon. In 2010, she was the recipient of The Magenta Foundation's Flash Forward Emerging Photographer Award. In 2011, she released her first book, "Seconde Nature" with Paris based Je Suis une Bande de Jeunes, which has been added to the Artist Book Collection at the MoMA Library. She currently lives in Vancouver, where she is the Photo Editor of the online publication, 01 Magazine

Winner, Flash Forward Emerging Photographer - The Magenta Foundation (Canada), 2010
Winner, Dazed and Confused Magazine, “What’s Next? Competition (Amsterdam), 2011
Shortlisted, Hyères Photography Competition (France), 2010

All print sales go toward future photo projects.