Marina Amaral is a digital colourist who specializes in adding colour to black and white photographs and “breathing life into the past”. A self-taught artist, her process involves careful historical research to determine the colours of the objects pictured. Crowned ‘the master of photo colorization’ by WIRED Magazine, her work has been featured by a number of notable media outlets including the BBC, London Evening Standard, Washington Post, the New York Post and Le Figaro. Her first exhibition took place at the German Football Museum in Dortmund in 2017.
Marina has worked with several leading companies, museums, and institutions, including History Channel, PBS, KFC, English Heritage, Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Alabama.
Her acclaimed book THE COLOUR OF TIME, created in collaboration with bestselling historian Dan Jones was published in August 2018 by Head of Zeus.