Marnie Salsky is a Toronto based award-winning photographer with an interest in storytelling centered around community. Her fine art photography and site-specific commissions have been exhibited in galleries and can be found in private and corporate collections. Marnie received her MFA in Documentary Media Studies from Ryerson University. With a focus on inferring connections she is inspired by the fleetingness of moments, both those which occur naturally as well as those creatively directed.

In addition to her love of photography, her other passion is consultancy work with not-for-profit charitable organizations, including best practices for visual storytelling across social media platforms. Marnie is a sought-after photography workshop instructor, and a member of the MYTORONTO Advisory Committee – a social enterprise connecting people affected by homelessness with the wider community through their own photography.

Selected Exhibition/Publication History

Ryerson Artspace Gallery, 401 Richmond – Solo Exhibit, A Peoplehood | Amiut Yehudit, Doc Now Festival 2021

Artistic Lead, Virtual Stolpersteine Exhibition – Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany Toronto, 2021 

DesignTO 2020 – Group Exhibit

Art Gallery of Mississauga – First Place, VAM Annual Juried Show, 2019

StreetARToronto – Artist Roster, 2018

Elaine Fleck Gallery, Duo Exhibition – Member Artist, 2018

Fleck Fine Art Catalogue & Group Exhibit, 2017

Ryerson Artspace Gallery, Gladstone Hotel – Black Cat Juried Exhibition, 2015

Photographers Without Borders – Print Magazine Vol II, 2015

TD Canada Trust SNAP – Competition Collection Category Winner - Journalism, 2008

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival, 2007

Using Format