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Artist and Photographer

Mark creates powerful, passionate images which have been recognised and awarded, earning him a reputation that has seen him work in places like Bali Indonesia, Perth, Byron Bay and Northern NSW.

This site portfolio section contains a collection of award-winning photographer Mark Atkins' work. Featuring various styles and types of photography and video including Drone, Weddings, Family Portraits, Commercial, Magazine and Print, Black and White, Large format Commissioned works, couple and pet portraits.

Please feel free to browse the site, stay awhile and enjoy some of Mark's photographs. Please don't hesitate to contact us for any of your photography needs.

If you're looking to purchase one of Mark's Fine art prints you can check out the Gallery section where you'll find a large selection of Mark's photography sold on a variety of mediums.

Mark is a two time "Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize" Semi-Finalist.

Why WORK WITH ME

Wedding and Commercial - Photography and Video

Lennox Head based photographer, Mark Atkins specialises in Wedding photography, all types of Commercial Photography including B2B, Magazine, Commissioned works, large wall-sized prints as well as portrait photography for families and couples.

Serving Lennox Head, Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers region's photography needs since 2004. Mark aims to please his clients by producing artistic and creative photographic works that capture the imagination.

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Lennox Head Drone Photography

Drone Photography

Aerial photography and video is fast becoming a must have component in any Commercial photographer’s arsenal.

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Lennox Point by Moonlight

Lennox Point by Moonlight

One of the many faces of Lennox Point. These photos are a collection of long exposure images taken using moonlight at the lighting source.

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Mark Atkins Photography Whale watching Lennox Head, Byron Bay and Ballina

Whales heading north again

It’s that time of year again when the headlands fill with spectators looking to catch a glimpse of the passing flotilla of whales as they migrate.

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