Marcus is an internationally awarded photographer specialising in architecture and interiors, photographing for a diverse range of clients, including architects, interior designers, artists, design companies, PR companies, fashion houses, advertising agencies, hotel groups and publishers.

His work has been featured in many publications, including ArchDaily, Architectural Digest, Architonic, Blueprint, Case da Arbitare, Conde Nast Traveller, Country Life, Design Exchange Magazine, DeTnk, Dezeen, Divisare, Elle Decoration, ES Magazine, Frame, FX Magazine, Grand Designs Magazine, How To Spend It, Homes & Gardens, House & Garden, Icon, Interior Design Today, Livingetc, Mark, MidCentury Magazine, mondo*arc, Onoffice, Observer Magazine, RIBA Journal, Style, Telegraph Magazine, The Architects’ Journal, The London Magazine, Time Out, Vogue and Wallpaper*.

Among the awards that Marcus has won over the time, he is most honoured to hold an Association of Photographers award based in London, the European award, Px3, based in Paris and an International Photography Awards award based in New York.

Marcus’ career path in photography started at school when he was offered the opportunity of doing its first photography module for G.C.S.E. Art; and then its first Photography A Level. He was then offered a place at The Surrey Institute of Art and Design (now University for the Creative Arts); and had the privilege of being tutored by a number of renowned photographers including: David Bate, Robin Dance, Jason Evans, Anna Fox and Martin Pover. He graduated with a BA Honours in photography. Shortly before graduating, he was offered exclusive assisting work with two architectural and interiors photographers and continued for a year before launching his own path.

Architecture serves as Marcus’ inspiration. It’s compatible with the way that he views the world and how he responds to it through the camera. He’s a perfectionist at heart which is fundamental to his photography; both in the observation of light and form, as well as composition. Derived from personal intrigue, Marcus takes a more investigative approach. He strives to go beyond the ordinary to photograph the extraordinary and enjoys creating a blur between the real and the surreal. He loves abstraction.

Marcus is a purist when it comes to the treatment of his photographs and how he represents each subject, always aiming to preserve authenticity. Ultimately, Marcus creates visual stories which serve as a legacy to his clients.