Marie-Claire Greve is a Dutch photographer who turned to photography in 2012 to be able to share her passion for nature and wildlife. After attending a basic course photography at the Fotoacademie in Amsterdam in order to better understand her camera, she went on to attend workshops run by leading photographer Jonathan Chritchley.
While being in nature she loves to experiment with her camera. Doing so she is fascinated and inspired by light and anything that moves such as animals and water. In her work you recognise a certain mood and colour pattern that well combined creates the atmosphere she is looking for.
Through her photography Marie-Claire Greve raises money for nature conservation projects.
‘Imagine if a picture can stimulate your awareness of how beautiful, strong and at the same time fragile nature actually is.’
She uses Nikon cameras and lenses.
April 9th until April 23rd 2017
Gerard Doustraat 76, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Art of Lecadre
April 12th until May 11th 2016
Huizerweg 32 – 34, 1402 AC Bussum, The Netherlands
Solo Exhibition ‘SEEN’
March 16th until September 19st 2015
Kerklaan 18, 1261 JB Blaricum, The Netherlands