Bio: Since 1975 Mark Albertin has been involved with film photography. His father was a medical illustrator and would frequently take photographs of surgery, following up with pencil illustrations. Consequently, there were plenty of cameras around the house. Albertin started shooting with a Minolta SRT 101, 35mm camera. But today uses a wide variety of film cameras including 4×5 and 5×7 inch film formats.

Last year, the Augusta Arts Council hosted a gallery show with photographs he created that focused on craftspeople around the Augusta, Georgia area. Currently, he is in the process of creating a book focusing on the Fall Line of Georgia with his black and white large format images.