Mark Iandolo is a photographer and videographer who specializes in travel, nature, wildlife, and documentary work. Since 2015, he has traveled to three continents to photograph a total of 25 countries, and has shared his work with his 100,000+ followers on social media. Through evocative visuals, Mark hopes to showcase the value of the natural world and its human creations.
His photographs have captured millions of viewers around the world on social media, and have garnered recognition from such enterprises as The Nature Conservancy, United Nations, Fujifilm, Fodor’s Travel, and Beautiful Destinations. Last year, three of his photographs were chosen for The Nature Conservancy’s Top 100 Nature Photos of 2017. His written works have been published by the United Nations, Huffington Post, San Diego Times, Houston Chronicle, Austin Statesman, Oregonian, and Passion Passport.
In addition to his life as a travel photographer, Mark works with a U.S.-based nonprofit to illustrate the stories of families struggling with hunger and poverty.
Mark received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Notre Dame and an MBA from DePaul University.
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