Marc was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada in 1955.
He started in photography at a very young age, and after buying his own camera, decided that photography was truly his passion.
He taught photography classes and workshops at various colleges. He also attended Ryerson Poly-Technical Institute doing Photography Studies in 1974. He then started his own photography and graphic arts business.
In 1980 he moved from Kapuskasing to Ottawa where he continued in Graphic Arts and obtained his degree in Software Engineering which brought him to California.
Marc has now relocated to Costa Mesa, California.
Now, after years of keeping his photographic work hidden, he has decided to share his original passion, Photography.
Please enjoy the works from the eye of the Artist.
Exhibitions and Shows
La Slague, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada 1970’s
La Nuit sur L’Etang, Sudbury, Ontario 1970’s
Center Regional de Loisirs, Kapuskasing, Ontario, Canada 1970’s
Artistblue Gallery, Nampa, Idaho, USA 2012 - 2013
The Eclectic Art Store, Boise, Idaho, USA 2011
Mountain House Art Gallery, McCall, Idaho, USA 2013
Showcase Gallery, Santa Ana, California, USA 2014
Carnegie Gallery at the Muzeo, Anaheim, CA, USA February, March 2015
Showcase Gallery, Santa Ana, California, USA June, July 2015
Forest & Oceans Gallery, Laguna Beach, California, USA June 2015
BC Space Gallery, Laguna Beach, California, USA July 2015
Xanadu Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona since January 2016
All my prints are printed Epson Legacy Platine paper and printed on an Epson 9900 which will assure that you will be able to enjoy them for years to come. The life expectancy of these prints is well over 100 years before they start fading when displayed in reasonable conditions inside. Direct sunlight for extended periods would affect the longevity of the prints.
I use only high quality materials that are considered archival for all prints and framing, including the paper, the ink, mattes, backing boards, Tru Vue Museum Glass with UV protection and others.
My goal is to produce images that you and your family will be able to enjoy for generations to come.