Mark lives and works in Montpelier, Vermont. He studied at the International Center of Photography back in the late '90s and has been a photographer full-time ever since. During Mark's twenty-plus year career he has continued the tradition of analog photography, shooting all of his fine art work on film. He is fully modern in his architectural and interiors photography, which is shot digitally and includes post-production using Photoshop. Mark prides himself on his extreme attention to detail and the spirit of collaboration he maintains with his clients. His work has been exhibited in the U.S. and abroad, and he has served a lengthy and rewarding stint on the faculty of the New York School of Interior Design.
architectural work / publication
Mark has worked with numerous distinguished architectural and design clients. His architectural and interior design photography has been published widely, appearing in many shelter and trade magazines, including Interior Design, Architectural Record and Landscape Architecture Magazine. He shot all the principle photography for Home, a comprehensive book on the interior design process published in 2018 by Clarkson Potter and the New York School of Interior Design.