Mark Burns is skilled in large-format photography, traditional silver gelatin, and platinum printmaking, yet equally comfortable working in the digital world. Though he spent much of his early working life in commercial and professional sports photography, today it is the archival print that inspires him most. In 2015, he completed the five-year National Parks Photography Project, which became an exhibition of black-and-white images that traveled to six museums, attracting a combined venue attendance of approximately 297,000 visitors. Currently, Mark is the only photographer to have photographed all 60 of America’s national parks in black and white. His website is www.markburnsphotographer.com.