Mark McInnis is a photographer working chiefly in America’s Pacific Northwest.
He’s known for bringing the natural beauty of the country’s upper left-hand corner to a wide range of clients and projects; with decades invested in the region Mark delivers the moods, emotions and landscapes of the Pacific frontier in a way few others can.
His work shows the character of a still-unspoiled American territory, out of respect for which his subjects are unlabeled, tracks are covered and he mostly travels alone.
In 2013, the Follow the Light Foundation selected Mark as one of five finalists and People's Choice winner for it's prestigious annual grant. In 2015, Mark was a semi-finalist for the same award.
As a photographer and trained journalist from the University of Oregon, Mark provides words and images with unique marketing appeal and lasting customer value.
Previous clients have included Patagonia, Adidas, Pendleton Woolen Mills, Outer Known, Hydro Flask, Vissla, Red Bull, Clif Bar, Hurley, Banks Journal, Woolrich, Carrera Motors, Minimale Animale, Rip Curl, O'Neill, Poler Stuff, Firewire Surfboards, Rhythm, Eidon, Body Glove, Pro Bar, Outside, Surfline, Surfing, Surfer, Australia Surfing Life, The Surfer’s Journal, Carve, Waves, Coast Mountain Culture, White Horses, SBC Surf, Tracks, Deep, Slide, The Surfer’s Path, Surfers, Later and a number of other companies and publications.
Mark exclusively uses Sony digital camera bodies and lenses.