About Mark Flowers – West Midlands photographer
Mark Flowers a highly motivated freelance photographer based in the West Midlands. Mark’s client list includes prominent companies and agencies. Commissions have involved travelling in the UK and abroad.
A graduate in Biological Sciences from the University of Warwick, Mark has worked in scientific imaging using electron microscopy at Horticulture Research International, the University of Derby and the University of Bath.
As a freelance photographer Mark has been running a professional portrait and wedding service and has also had work accepted by the agencies, Capital Pictures, Swift Imagery and the Andes Press Agency and commissioned work for the Leamington Courier, Warwick Courier and Kenilworth Weekly News, Leamington Review, The Morning Advertiser, Warwickshire County Council, Regenesis, Judah Design Ltd, Advent Communications Ltd, The Coaching Clinic, Johnsons Travel Ltd, Marketing Strategy and Action Ltd, Help International, English Heritage, Ukrtech Kompleks in Ukraine and the Skylight Centre in Coventry.
Mark has had pictures published by New Holland Press, Magna Press, the Corel Corporation and the magazines "Competition Car," "Warwickshire Choice," "Home News" and "Przymierze" of Poland. Books that have contained Mark's photographs have included "Images of Rural Britain" by Christopher Sommerville, "Cold is the Grave: an Inspector Banks novel" by Peter Robinson and. "The Saga of Hawkwind" by Carol Clerk. Work in the field of music has included the cover design and photography for "Inhabitation" by P.O.A, commissioned work for the Nexus Music Academy and pictures accepted by Classic Rock magazine, Tangerine Dream, Nik Turner and Space Ritual, as well as the group, Cancer.
Mark has also been commissioned by Help International to photograph a charity cycle tour across Israel. Mark has been awarded the Licentiateship of the Royal Photographic Society and has had critical acclaim through local competitions, winning the Tom Hull Cup, being highly commended in the John Neville Cup, Archie Payne Memorial Cup and Leamington Morning News Trophy, and commended in the Leamington Morning News Trophy.