Mark studied journalism at the University of Canberra and was awarded a Bachelor of Education in Professional Writing in 1991, majoring in journalism and freelance writing. He worked as a journalist and photographer for two regional newspapers, writing news, feature stories and business profiles. Mark also started a small business and became a freelance journalist and professional photographer. The Canberra Photographic Society awarded him Photographer of the Year in 2001.
Mark has done corporate and government work, writing and editing and writing research reports, speeches and media releases, handled media for a couple of CEOs and published hundreds of stories on business, medical, environmental and social justice issues.
In his spare time, he published another two books: a coffee table book entitled Fiji and Tavewa – In Search of Robinson Crusoe; also his mother’s life story, This That and the Other. He then wrote a couple of short memoirs for people who had made amazing transformations in their lives.
More recently he has written, Majura Parkway – Gateway to a Capital, an ACT Government publication, documenting the largest ever road infrastructure project in the Territory.
In recent years Mark has been editing and writing and helping people with their memoirs and autobiographies. Mark coaches and mentors people, something he dearly loves. Mark is based in regional N.S.W in Goulburn.
Welcome aboard Mark.
You can find Mark at https://lifestorywriting.com.au/