Marlon Krieger is a documentary photographer and visual storyteller. In addition to working commercially he has photographed in Haiti during the 2004 civil war under U.N. auspice, chronicled life in Cuba 2004-2010, documented domestic servitude in Peru and worked with American Indian communities and organizations to discuss the historical roots of the sexual violence they face.
Marlon has been exhibited internationally, including London, Istanbull and New York, and been featured in a variety of publications including Intelligent Life Magazine, The Huffington Post, ABC News and Bazaar. He has worked with various industries from music to the non-profit sector including Adeline Michelè, Simone Giuliani, Ralph Lauren, Asuntos Del Sur and Centro Yanapanakusun.
For the past four years Marlon has been working on projects centered on education and women's issues, including domestic abuse and modern day slavery.
Marlon Krieger holds a degree in Psychology and Art History from New York University.