Crystal Palace Photographer – Mark Blundell

I currently live in Crystal Palace and have been taking photographs seriously for the last five or six years.

My interest in photography has stemmed from receiving a Zenit 122 from my Grandfather after he passed away. The camera sadly languished under my bed for several years until a trip to Pyestock with the point and click, this re-ignited a latent interest and  prompted the purchase of a few rolls of 35mm and a trip  to East Sussex for a wander around a well known asylum. Soon after an investment in a digital camera was made and the rest is history.

I currently shoot with a Canon 5D mk3 and various professional lenses as well as using both regular flash and studio lighting.

I currently shoot mostly MMA (mixed martial arts). I am the Head Photographer for MMAPlus, we attend events up and down the country as well as abroad and have shot UFC as well as Cage Warriors  and I was recently selected to be the official photographer for BAMMA and Fury

 I’m active on social media sites and can be contacted on any of these  sites : Twitter / Flickr / Tumblr / Google +

I am happy to discuss rates for most projects and am particularly interested in shooting portraits, gym, events, residential or retail projects producing regular images as well as 360 panoramas.

Mark has recently completed work for TATE ENTERTAINING

Featured and published on

Photoshelter :     HDRI Photography: Exciting New Frontier, or Gimmick to Avoid?
Photoshelter :     Shout Out Friday – Featured Photographer
Tate Members :  September 2010
The Victorian Society – The search is on to find the nation’s ten most endangered buildings

If you would like to find out more or contact Mark please don’t hesitate to send an email

All images can be purchased via the links on the left or by clicking HERE

8 thoughts on “Crystal Palace Photographer – Mark Blundell

  1. Hello Mark,
    I was looking through your images and they would be perfect for my dissertation, as my theme is abandonment, I was going to do a section on the images you have taken as they are really something special. But i was wondering if i could copy a few just on to my word document for my A level dissertation so i can discuss what you have spoken about concerning how unnerving it is when you find something so personal to some one like the asylum names!
    I hope to hear from you soon,
    Kind Regards
    Harriet Hunter

  2. Hi mark. I’m currently at sixth form studying photography at AS level. My theme for my project is derelict buildings and urban decay. I have been using Your photography work as an example and for further research for my project and I have been analysing your work. I admire your photo’s taken in the hospital that show how it’s been decaying over time etc. I was just wondering if the hospital is open for me to possibly take photo’s for my A level grades, as this is exactly what I had in mind!
    Thanks
    Paige

  3. HI –

    Thanks for the comment. Unfortunately the two hospitals that I used to go to are now either flattened or in the process of being flattened which is a real shame, but that’s progress. There are a few around the country though, you just have to find them.

  4. Hi Mark

    Do you have an email address? I would be interested in getting a quote from you for some case study photography?

    Kind regards
    Hannah

  5. Dear Mark, i am currently writing my dissertation on the changing urban landscape for my degree in photography , i wanted to ask you what are your aims and intentions with your work and what are your trying to say ? it would be very appreciate if you could give me a reply . Kind Regards Leon .

  6. Hi Mark,
    I’m currently doing AS level photography at college, my coursework title is ‘Exploration and Discovery’. For this I chose to explore abandoned building. I came across your work which I think is AMAZING! I was wondering if it would be possible to have a few images to include in my piece about your work that aren’t as heavily watermarked?
    Thanks Aimee.

  7. Hi Aimee –
    Images can be purchased by using the blue buttons above the images. If they are not there please let me know which images you are interested in and I will add these to the ‘for sale’ roster.

    Many thanks

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