Marcus Haydock is a London-born photographer, who currently lives and works in Brighton, a beautiful seaside town, located on the south of England.
His works has been widely appreciated and exhibited in venues such as the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro, the Latvian State Museum in Riga, and Photofusion in London.
In photography medium, Marcus is particularly interested in exploring a complex emotional response of an observer to picture viewing. Marcus’s images are an attempt to create a bridge between the conscious and the unconscious mind, allowing one to fantasize. Presented series, entitled There’s No Time For Art, is a great example of the artist’s practice — a personal expression of hisself, in relation to human universals.