In this episode of reDefine, we sit down with commercial photographer and video creator, Mark Wallace.  He walks us through the pretty fascinating road he took to build his career, including years of producing morality plays, several hospitalizations due to flat-out exhaustion, and all kinds of awesome-to-see hairstyles.  And, faced with the flash round, Mark opens up about his favorite gear and his technical pet peeves.

About Mark Wallace:

Mark Wallace is a commercial fashion photographer based out of Phoenix, AZ who teaches workshops across the country. He is creator and host of the web-based video series “Digital Photography One on One” and “How’d They Do That?” sponsored by AdoramaTV. Millions of people have watched Mark’s videos on YouTube, and the numbers continue to grow. Mark also has a strong social media following on Facebook and Twitter, where he spends time interacting with viewers and workshop attendees. Mark shoots commercial, travel, and stock photography as well as creating video content for many photography equipment manufacturers. His work is currently used by Shea Homes, Sekonic, PocketWizard, Profoto, iGo, Henan-Prosper, Ford Models, Allstate, National Public Radio, KB Home, The Scottsdale Police Department, The US Army and a very nifty coffee shop in Australia. Mark is the co-founder of Snapfactory studios.