Mark Box

I am an experienced independent photography professional of 8 years based in Cambridge. I studied BA Fine Art Photography at Anglia Ruskin and graduated in 2011 with a BA Hons. I have worked with a broad range of clients including the British Museum and The Commonwealth Awards. I have also contributed to research projects and exhibitions and numerous projects with different departments of the University of Cambridge – The UL, The Fitzwilliam Museum, The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences and The Museum of Archeology and Anthropology.

My current photographic job role for the University Library is held within the Imaging Services department, providing a broad range of photographic services to clients and academics around the world for research and publication. Currently working on the Darwin Project for the Natural History Museum New York. Previous assignments include works by Arthur Schlnitzler, varied image requests of maps, manuscripts, Sanskrits and rare books for preservation and online delivery. I also specialise in interior/architectural, events, nightlife reportage, fashion editorial and product photography, which I undertake in studio 5 on a daily basis.



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