About

I'm a self-taught photographer interested in documentary, portrait and street photography. I'm based in Essex in the UK, married with two young daughters, and by day I work in London as an art editor / magazine designer.

Contact

markjmassey@gmail.com

Bits and pieces

10th-17th June 2017: exhibited Essex Chronicles at the Leigh Art Trail
9th May 2017: featured on The Story Portrait
May 2107: portrait in Spring issue of Trawler
March 2017: featured on Loupe magazine's Instagram
12th January 2017: piece about Essex Chronicles on Medium
16th September 2016: Village Green portraits published in Trawler
8th September 2016: new website for my Essex Chronicles series
9th July 2016: pop-up portrait studio at Village Green festival, Southend
17th April 2016: Sea swimming story published in Trawler
19th to 22nd November 2015: exhibited at Portrait Salon
11th July 2015: festival portrait project at Village Green, Southend
27th June 2015: exhibited at Westborough Art Trail
3rd May 2015: launched family portrait shoots
27th January 2015: Street Annotations project featured on Despite The Illusion
29th November 2014: contributed to the The Swap project - interviews here
11th June 2014: Surveillance project featured on The Printspace Blog
12th April 2014: participated in the Photocopy Club Berlin
23rd March 2014: Death of the City project featured on Londonist
16th October 2013: contributed to The Swap project
12th September 2013: lecture at Leigh-on-Sea Camera Club
2nd August 2013: contributed to Book-Film-Painting project
9th July 2013: interviewed on Top Photography Films
27th May 2013: self published MagCloud magazine, Streetlight
10th November 2012: featured on Londonist
22nd May 2012: self published book, Streelight
5th October 2011: competition winner, British Postal Museum and Archive
14th to 22nd May 2011: exhibited at Westcliff Art Trail, Essex
19th June to 17th July 2010: exhibition at Harry's Bar and Café, Westcliff-on-Sea
14th to 22nd May 2010: exhibited at Westcliff Art Trail, Essex
18th July 2009: Sunny 16 group exhibition, Tunbridge Wells

 



 


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