Mark Cornick
Mark Cornick

Mark Cornick

Surrey, UK

Mark Cornick’s photography places value on small details, textures, and patterns in an aim to craft abstract imagery. Consequently, his work aims to captivate and hold a viewer’s attention, guiding them through a photograph that only comes together after a considerate pause. His specific techniques of choice - including intentional camera movement - have helped Mark’s work earn awards and commendations such as Fujifilm’s Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year in 2017..



Preferred Style
Abstract

Preferred Camera
Canon 6D.

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Quick Questions

Style?

Abstract

Inspiration?

The active community of photographers on Twitter

Favourite part of your job?

When people take the effort to get in touch with you to tell you that they enjoy your work.

Biggest challenge?

Standing Out

Worst moment?

Finishing a project and not knowing what the next one is

Secret ambition?

To relocate to Cornwall

How did your photographic career begin?

I studied Film (Cinema) at University, so have always been passionate about visuals. My Wife’s Grandad who is a well respected photographer introduced me to stills, and that’s when I decided photography was something I was serious about pursuing.

Describe your first break.

I think my photography probably started to get recognised after winning the “Fujifilm” prize in the 2017 Landscape Photographer of the Year with a black and white architectural image shot in London. The image was exhibited at Waterloo Station, and across the UK, and also appeared in the Awards book for that year.

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