From an early age Mark was drawing, painting and playing the violin. After a fine art foundation course at Chelsea School of Art and a year of media studies at LCP he became seduced by the magic of photography and followed the path as a reportage photographer. Throughout the 1990's he worked as a freelance, travelling extensively through India and Far East as well as working closer to home to produce photo essays for various newspapers and magazines including The Independent Saturday and Sunday magazine supplements.

Always quick to embrace digital technology, he completed an MA in Design for Interactive Media in 2001. Since then he has been exploring multimedia through digital-photo narrative, video, sound, music and experimenting with traditional and digital processes. In 2009 he co-developed the app Melodala for the iphone and ipad with a close friend and together they collaborated to stage the first ipad installation at the Tate Britain, London. He is a part-time photography degree lecturer at Middlesex University and regularly freelances as an art facilitator for educational organizations and charities working with vulnerable youths. He lives with his family in East London.


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