Mark Citret began photographing seriously in 1968, and received both his BA and MA in Art from San Francisco State University. He has photographed a wide variety of subjects including: Halcott Center, a farming valley in New York’s Catskill Mountains, “Unnatural Wonders” a personal survey of architecture in the national parks, and “Parallel Landscapes”, a massive construction site in the southwest corner of San Francisco. He is in the midst of a multi-year commission from the University of California San Francisco, photographing the construction of their 43 acre Mission Bay life-sciences campus.
Mark has taught photography at the University of California Berkeley Extension since 1982 and the University of California Santa Cruz Extension since 1988, and for organizations such as the Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Ansel Adams Gallery, and Santa Fe Workshops. His work is represented by prominent photography galleries in the United States, and is in many museum, corporate, and private collections.
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