Photography of Mark Maryanovich | Arts and Culture
New Renaissance Magazine
Photographer Mark Maryanovich has captured an impressive variety of artists including Chris Cornell, Bob Rock, Chad Kroeger, Elliot Smith and Henry Rollins. Some of his best photos appear in this article.
Mark Maryanovich's photographs have appeared on album covers and artwork for companies such as Sony, EMI and Warner Chappell Music, and he’s received two Canadian Country Music Awards for Album Design of the Year. Mark’s commercial clients include Gibson Guitars, Peavey Amplifiers and Monster Energy Drink, while his work has been published in Rolling Stone, Billboard, Modern Drummer, ION, Muzik etc. and Canadian Musician magazines.
Recently, Mark had the honor of providing the book cover image for the legendary Randy Bachman’s autobiography Vinyl Tap Stories, released by Penguin Group Publishing. In 2011, Mark relocated to Santa Monica California and currently resides in Los Angeles. As an artist, Mark is pleased to have been recognized by the California art community, with his placement as a finalist in the Images from a Glass Eye International Juried Photography Show, and worthy of mention in the American Icon Art Competition.
Currently, Mark is working on artMARKet, fine art prints available online. He has also released Life’s What You Make It, a book compilation of selected portraits he’s taken during his career as a music photographer. His passion for music photography has taken him across Canada and the United States, to locations as vast and varied as Charlottetown Prince Edward Island, Nashville Tennessee, Salt Spring Island British Columbia, Odessa Texas and throughout California.