Mark Anderson was an Eagle Scout as a kid. This meant lots of pine trees and poison ivy, no electricity, and - of course - out houses. Nearly 14 weeks were spent "under canvas" every summer. Mark no longer lives outdoors, but the out-of-doors still lives in him. Both the beauty and the menace of the natural world are Mark's preferred subjects.
As a young man Mark earned a living with his cameras. Pizza and politicians were frequent subjects. This was all film work in assorted formats. When digital imagery became the norm, Mark left camera work to pursue other options. Now, with no conflicting career commitments, Mark has returned to photography. He captures images digitally and is more than grateful for the post processing options currently available, particularly for monochrome imagery. Photography has never been so filled with opportunities.