Marcus Kazmierczak is a photographer living in San Francisco Bay Area. He focuses on documenting the rapidly changing world, in particular in California and the Bay Area.
You can view his on-going Silicon Valley history project, additional recent series includes El Camino and Together, Alone.
Awards and Exhibits
- Foster City Carnival series – National Press Photographers Best of Photojournalism (2006), 3rd place in Amateur Photo blogs
- Infrared Palm Trees – UC San Diego Department of Music – Spring Calendar 2006
- Hilltop Grocery – A Night on the Hill. Group Exhibit, July 2006, San Francisco
- Suburbia #2 – Published in Uitgeverij De Bezige Bij, 2006 Prospectus
Marcus Kazmierczak is a technologist working in a quasi research & development group at Automattic named Team Tinker. He posts writing, code and technical stuff at his blog mkaz.blog.
All work on this site is original work created by Marcus Kazmierczak, unless otherwise specified. The photography and writing is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. This license gives you the right to republish, remix, and reuse the work as long as you include a link back to my site and it is not for commercial use. If you have any usage questions, just write and ask.