Mark Manley is a New York City based photographer who has spent the last fifteen years creating single images, photo essays, video and multimedia that tell stories and capture singular moments of human emotion. Mark is a graduate of the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Program at the International Center of Photography in New York City and a recipient of a 2007 Johnson & Johnson / International Center of Photography Fellowship.
Mark’s work has been widely shown and exhibited, including:
- “The Art of Boxing” D.U.M.B.O Arts Festival, NYC (Group, Curated)
- “Shadow vs. Light” Mona Lounge, NYC (Solo)
- “Diversity of Devotion” Safe-T Gallery, NYC (Group, Juried)
- “Spring Salon” Mona Lisa Gallery, Maplewood N.J. (Group, Curated)
- “Capturing the Emergent, Tracing the Retreat” Union Docs, Brooklyn NY (Group, Curated)
- “Standing Up: Moments from a Movement” Chester Gallery of Art at New England College, Henniker N.H. (Solo)
- “Faces of Our Giving” Zimmerli Museum of Art at Rutgers University, N.J. (Group, Curated)
Past documentary work has included projects documenting the antiwar movement, the Occupy Wall Street movement, sexual health outreach work in rural Mexico, surveillance and security in America post 9/11, daily life in Afghanistan, New Orleans street musicians and the DAPL pipeline resistance at the Standing Rock Lakota reservation in N.D.
Currently Mark is working with a small collective of global photographers documenting the COVID-19 pandemic around the world.