Mark has been a fine art photographer since studying at the International Center of Photography in New York in the mid-1990s. A heightened awareness of how space and environment play an outsize role in our perceptions of ourselves is central to Mark's work. He is a bit of a traditionalist and still shoots medium- and large-format color film for all his fine art photography. His past work has focused on graffiti-covered trees, the interiors of anonymous cars, and the beguiling border-industrial landscape just beyond the boundaries of Jersey City, New Jersey. He fully embraces the landscape, flora and fauna of Vermont in his current work, and is also working on a long-term project in the Adirondack Park. Mark grew up in Michigan and now lives in Montpelier, Vt., with a with a 22-year layover in New York between the upper Midwest and Vermont. He made a living during his New York years photographing architecture and interior design for numerous architectural clients and was on the faculty of the NY School of Interior Design. His work in this realm has been published widely and graces the pages of a comprehensive book on residential interior design published in 2018 by Clarkson Potter and NYSID. Mark's fine art photography has been exhibited in the U.S. and abroad.