About Britt Marie Bye

Britt Marie Bye is a photographer based in Oslo/Harstad, Norway. She’s represented by Ramfjord gallery in Oslo.

Her work is rooted in the nostalgic and melancholic feelings of detachment and a distance from the present. 

The theme of abandonment is strong in Britt’s photographic storytelling. Whether through photos of lonely desolate houses, or as staged tableaus in forsaken homes. 

To keep with this simplicity of her abandoned subjects, Britt only uses natural light and no manipulations in her photos. 

« With my photographs I want to freeze time and preserve these houses - for the ones who built them, the ones who lived in them and the ones who'll survive them»

Her work has been featured in several publications: in NRK, Lonely Planet, The Daily Mail, Newsweek Japan, L’officiel Voyage Russia and Dark Beauty Magazine. 

She has also been published in: Lens Culture, Featureshoot, Edge of Humanity, and commended by Sony World Photography Awards.

She’s currently signed with a photo book deal at Aschehough publishing company. 

 

2018 - Solo exhibit at Galleri Ramfjord

2018 - Featured in Turkish art magazine Nihayet Dergi. 

2017 - Featured in L'officiel Voyage Russia

2017 - Published in Newsweek Japan

2017 - Published in Voice of America

2017 - Solo exhibit at Galleri Røed

2017 - Summer exhibit at Galleri Ramfjord

2017 - Solo exhibit at Galleri Midtstuen

2017 - Art auction at Galleri Ramfjord

2017 - Published in Lonely Planet

2017-  Featured by NRK

2016 - Published in The Daily Mail

2016 - Christmas exhibit at Galleri Ramfjord

2016 - Photo spread in The Sun

2016 - Solo exhibit at Galleri H12

2015 - Summer exhibit, Galleri Ramfjord

2015 - Commended in the category people, Sony World Photography Awards