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Mark Seymour

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Known for his observational style Mark was the first UK photographer to receive a double fellowship in documentary photography. He is regularly published in many leading photography magazines and online publications. Mark was one of Nikon UK’s first ambassadors and in association with Nikon runs street photography training courses in London and in locations around the world. Mark is a judge with The Guild and offers bespoke training and mentorship for aspiring professional photographers. Most recently, Mark exhibited his highly personal and poignant dementia photographs as part of World Alzheimer’s month at one of London's older galleries The Andipa Gallery in Knightsbridge, in association with The Alzheimer’s Society.

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Jimmy Choo

by Mark Seymour
giclée print, July 2010
NPG x136527

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Mark Seymour

11 October 2016, 08:18

Biography: Mark Seymour is a highly renowned professional documentary photographer based in Berkshire, with over twenty years. Known for his observational style Mark was the first UK photographer to receive a double fellowship in documentary photography. Mark has won wedding photographer of the year on three separate occasions with the MPA among many other awards, and is regularly published in many leading photography magazines and online publications. Mark was one of Nikon UK’s first ambassadors and in association with Nikon runs street photography training courses in London and in locations around the world. Mark is a judge with The Guild and offers bespoke training and mentorship for aspiring professional photographers. Mark’s work has been exhibited around the country including an exhibition of his India work in association with The Hope Foundation and Virgin Money Lounges in 2016. Most recently, Mark exhibited his highly personal and poignant dementia photographs as part of World Alzheimer’s month at one of London's older galleries The Andipa Gallery in Knightsbridge, in association with The Alzheimer’s Society. More of Marks work can be seen at www.markseymourhotography.co.uk www.shootthestreet.co.uk

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