By Mark Ferrell

Eye Photograph

capturing Your beauty & art with my lens



Going around a few blocks in life and capturing humanity too authentic for the headlines, Mark Ferrell is home to the lens-portraying passion.
With more than 40 years of artistic experience that spans from street photographer to media lab pro to lighting technician at concerts across the nation, Mark’s eye for impression is exceptional. His work has rubbed elbows with Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, and Greg Allman, while photographing and producing images landing in Rolling Stone,Life magazine and other publications. 


River and Bay Magazine article: A Rivers Course with Mark Ferrell

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Just shy of participating as a U.S. Olympian track athlete in1976 due to a major foot injury, Mark turned his attention to a life of photography and multi-media. He worked for one of the early pioneers in Dye Transfer, producing color separation negatives in the early 1970s in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. His organization’s clients included major advertising agencies, media outlets, art galleries and iconic photographers like Ernst Haas, Jay Maisel, Art Kane and others.
In the mid1970s, Mark was instrumental in capturing the essence of several San Francisco cultural events while at the San Francisco Art Institute and participating in City’s Bicentennial project. The project included Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, Jack Welpott and Jack Fulton. Those experiences catapulted an entrepreneurial spirit in Mark. He went on to produce several image galleries for non-profit organizations, corporations, and elected officials, in addition to those who are inspired by nature.
Mark recently amplified his knowledge from a life of coast-to-coast endeavors by earning two Associate degrees in Information Technology from Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC). While studying at FVTC, Mark lent his expertise to help advance key objectives for a number of student clubs and youth camps.
In 2015, Mark launched his own business, Eye Photograph, LLC. 

Just shy of participating as a U.S. Olympian track athlete in1976 due to a major foot injury, Mark turned his attention to a life of photography and multi-media. He worked for one of the early pioneers in Dye Transfer, producing color separation negatives in the early 1970s in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. His organization’s clients included major advertising agencies, media outlets, art galleries and iconic photographers like Ernst Haas, Jay Maisel, Art Kane and others.
In the mid1970s, Mark was instrumental in capturing the essence of several San Francisco cultural events while at the San Francisco Art Institute and participating in City’s Bicentennial project. The project included Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Judy Dater, Jack Welpott and Jack Fulton. Those experiences catapulted an entrepreneurial spirit in Mark. He went on to produce several image galleries for non-profit organizations, corporations, and elected officials, in addition to those who are inspired by nature.
Mark recently amplified his knowledge from a life of coast-to-coast endeavors by earning two Associate degrees in Information Technology from Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC). While studying at FVTC, Mark lent his expertise to help advance key objectives for a number of student clubs and youth camps.
In 2015, Mark launched his own business, Eye Photograph, LLC.