fine art photographer
The book I created from my project on immigration reform called “The Things That Affect Our Lives Every Day” was recently accepted into the INFOCUS Juried Exhibition of Self-Published Photo Books at the Phoenix Art Museum. The exhibition runs from August 23 to September 28th in the Doris and John Norton Gallery for Center for Creative Photography at The Phoenix Art Museum. The exhibition jury was lead by Center for Creative Photography Curator Rebecca Senf and included Darius Himes (Frankel Gallery curator and Co-author of Publish Your Photography Book), Mary Virginia Swanson (Co-author of Publish Your Photography Book), Joshua Chuang (Chief Curator at the Center for Creative Photography) and Larissa Leclair (Founder of the Indie Photobook Library).
In addition to the photo book exhibition I have also recently participated in several exhibitions both locally and nationally. I have some of my landscape work in a group show called ‘The Human-Altered Landscape’ at The Photo Place Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont this month. Also opening in August, I exhibited some of my work from the Freemasonry project at Art Intersection in Gilbert, Arizona. Both of those show opened earlier in the month.
One of my prints called ‘This Vision of Our City’ is being offered for sale today for 24 hours only on Your Daily Photograph. YourDailyPhotograph.com is a resource for collectors of fine art photography and is backed by the Duncan Miller Gallery, a specialist in important classic and contemporary photographic works of art. The Duncan Miller Gallery is located in Santa Monica, California’s Bergamot Station.
Special thanks to Guest Curator / Creative Consultant Debra Weiss for selecting my work for Your Daily Photograph.
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I’m proud to announce that my project Interacting with My Past is being featured today on Lenscratch.
Lenscratch is a blogzine that explores contemporary photography and offers opportunities for exposure and community. It is considered one of the 10 Photography-Related blogs you should be reading by Source Review, Wired.com, and InStyle Magazine. Founded and Edited by Aline Smithson. Aline had contacted me recently about featuring the project on the blog, It’s very exciting as I have been a follower of the blog for some time and have been exposed to many artists work though the daily Lenscratch updates. Aline’s work is amazing, check it out alinesmithson.com. I am in awe of her dedication to promote new artists work and celebrate photography as a medium. Here are a few more images from the project that I haven’t shown on the blog.
124 W McDowell Rd
Phoenix Arizona 85003
is at home in the post-modern world it is very informed by history. A desire to be creative
on a daily basis fuels his curiosity about the human experience and he documents things in sketchbooks as a way of remembering his life.
Since he was young, he has been recreating the world around him through photographs and is continually refining his artistic vision by drawing on influences from music, literature and art. Mark's work reflects a graphic, story-telling quality with a cinematic feel, drawing on his design background while studying at the Kansas City Art Institute.
Mark enjoys photographing ordinary people who do interesting things. Although he is primarily a still photographer, he has recently started incorporating multi-media and motion into his work. Recent project themes include examining how one's memory is affected with the passage of time and exploring family histories.