Marina Amaral is a digital colorist who specializes in adding color to black and white photographs, “breathing life into the past”. A self-taught young artist, her process involves careful historical research to determine the colors of the objects pictured. Crowned “the master of photo colorization” by WIRED Magazine, her work has been featured by the BBC, Washington Post, New York Post, Le Figaro, and others. Marina has collaborated or worked with several leading companies, museums, and institutions, including History Channel, PBS, KFC, Tatler Magazine, People Magazine, New Regency Films, Pan MacMillan, English Heritage, New York Times, Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Alabama. As of mid-2021, she has a vast and very engaged social media audience of around 400K fans and followers. In 2020 Brazil’s Forbes included Marina in the prestigious annual list “30 under 30” highlighting the most talented young Brazilians.
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