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Mark P.


Saint Louis, MO

Member since:

December 30, 2010


What would you call your style?

Not exactly sure on my "style" but the subjects that move me are architecture, low light, and black & whites. My black & whites which bring me the greatest passion are usually in the realm of Americana/industrial/apocalyptic/ and sometimes nature/landscape. This began during my early years roaming rural southeastern ND capturing abandoned place in b/w film.

Is photography part of your profession?

I work as a web developer & photographer for Concordia Seminary. It is a real privilege to be able to photograph every day the very same place that inspired my appreciation in architecture. I also worked as a photographer for the Edwardsville Intelligencer newspaper, and occasionally some of my work still appears in there.

Have you had any of your work published, exhibited?

Most recently I was privileged to have a 6-image panoramic of mine called "Moon Over St.Louis" featured in the TOP 100 of the "St.Louis @ 250" art show at the Sheldon Art Gallery during the Summer of 2014. My photograph was also featured in the book published of the TOP 100. I have also had my photography appear on various photography websites on the Internet since the late 1990's, spent[masked] displaying my B/W's on both sides of the river in coffeehouses & galleries, and occasionally in the Intelligencer newspaper.

Will you be willing to assist in planning meetups

Will have to consider that one...


I'm a photographer & web developer for Concordia Seminary, and continue to build my portfolio of fine art photography. I have also recently joined Art St.Louis and plan to display my work again soon.

What Mark P. is saying about this Meetup Group

These photographic tours are a great idea!

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