Mark Lipczynski (pronounced “lip-chin-ski”) lives to get out on the road and explore. Whether in his home state of Arizona,
or anywhere else, Mark enjoys meeting people and seeing new places. His love for photography began as a young boy who
enjoyed chasing trains around Northeast Ohio, where he grew up, with his father and older brother, both amateur
"As a kid I remember getting into my dad's train slides and thinking how cool it was to see places I was familiar with in the
background of his pictures." he says. "I enjoyed comparing the ways some places had changed. Little did I know those were
the seeds of photojournalism that would grow into a life of photography that, so far, has been very satisfying."
Mark's background in photojournalism is where he honed his skills interacting with people while covering a vast array of
newspaper assignments. He's adept at portrait, travel, documentary, lifestyle, architecture and food photography.
Today, Mark works out of his home office in Phoenix, Arizona. He implores a variety of photographic tools and techniques
appropriate for each job. "I love it all!" says Mark about photography. "I'm nimble, I work fast and always capture a range
He is also an unabashed coffee nerd, dog lover and food enthusiast.
Mark works with ad agencies and directly with clients. He offers video capture for jobs requiring motion and stills. To date,
he has shot campaigns, stories and photo libraries all over the U.S. for convention and visitor’s bureaus, social media platforms,
educational institutions, food companies, magazines and newspapers. Some of Mark's most recent clients include the
Wall Street Journal, Phoenix Magazine, Shamrock Foods, Arizona Highways Magazine, National Bank of Arizona, and PING golf.
Mark is a regular contributor to BITE Magazine, an online magazine that celebrates food culture in Arizona. He was filmed
for a behind the scenes documentary series in collaboration with BITE, called Coffee Run (link under "PROJECTS" in menu
Memberships and public galleries can be found at ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers), Cavan Images,
Art Intersection, and InFocus, PDN (Photo+), Lens Culture and National Geographic.
His work is available for acquisition or licensing. Direct message him on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, or email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Call or text Mark at 480-287-0454.