Marcus is a British documentary and portrait photographer living in The Netherlands.

Marcus has been internationally published in The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Dutch News, Bhaskar (India) and Corriere della Sera (Italy) amongst others and has had two front cover stories published in Property week International.

“Wonderful pictures in highly challenging regions.”

– Greenpeace

Marcus continues to work tirelessly on his passion having had eight exhibitions and a paperback book published in Spain as well as exhibitions in Amsterdam, London and Milan. He has also raised thousands of pounds for charity through the sale of his works.

“Your compositions are very strong and you shoot with a really warm and compassionate eye.” 

– Lens Culture

Marcus returned from Bangladesh in December 2017 after working with Rohingya refugees fleeing genocide from neighbouring Myanmar and has recently returned from Ghana on assignment with The Human Relief Foundation working on a series of projects helping provide education and aid to local communities in the most remote and poverty stricken areas of the country.

“A truly talented and compassionate photographer with the ability to explain a humanitarian situation with a single image.

– Nizar Dahan (International Project Co-ordinator – The Human Relief Foundation)

Marcus’ clients include Save the Children, The Human Relief Foundation, Greenpeace, The United Nations World Food Program, Rock the Jumpsuit, Property Week International, Wyevale Valley Garden Centres, Four Communications, One Family, Matt Cardle and Dresscode.

Marcus is DBS certified for the UK and Internationally and holds certificates from the UNSS for basic and advanced security procedures in the field.

Marcus is represented by So-Pa Images in Hong Kong, Barcroft Media in The United Kingdom and Hollandse Hoogte in The Netherlands.

For enquiries, commissions and collaborations please click here