Mark is a freelance commercial photographer specialising in architecture and the built environment. He has worked across Australia and Scandinavia and his work has appeared in national and international architecture press and publications.
To deliver high resolution print quality images with perspective control Mark uses a Cambo WRS1200 technical camera and 60MP Phase One IQ160 medium format digital back with large format Schneider-Kreuznach and Rodenstock lenses. He combines this with a 36MP Nikon D800E camera with Nikkor perspective control lenses.
Mark is an AIPP [Australia] Accredited Professional Photographer.
Big Fine Arts is the vehicle for his personal and exhibition photographic series. His personal work also concentrates on architecture and the built environment.
Mark contributes to and is represented through leading architecture image archives Artur Images and View Pictures.
Capture Magazine Australian Top Emerging Photographer Awards 2014.
Paddington Town Hall 06.05.2017 to 14.05.2017.
A selection of photographs from a series entitled Institution on a former mental hospital were selected to feature in the AIPP Storylines exhibition as part of the Head on Photo Festival. The exhibition is a narrative of AIPP accredited professional photographers and showcases works that portray a storyline and the insight behind the images.
See the series here.
Over Grænser [Across Borders]
Danish Immigration Museum 29.01.2016 to 29.04.2016.
Over Grænser [Across Borders] is an exhibition series that captures recent migrant stories through photographs and interviews. The participants are Danish language students. The exhibition aims to humanise immigration to provoke thought and discussion on government immigration and refugee policies.
See the online exhibition here.