Over the last five years, Mark Tipple has emerged as a notable documentary photographer working closely with organisations seeking social change in Australia and its surrounding countries. As the principal photographer of The Underwater Project, a film and photography project documenting the human relationship with the ocean, Mark aims to connect the different areas of his work to bring light to stories that traditional media shies away from. He tells these stories with achingly beautiful photographs.
Mark’s clients include The Malpa Project, The Salvation Army, World Vision, Christian Surfers, House With No Steps, Planet Ocean, Beyond Water, The Guarani Project and Nanda Dian Foundation. Mark’s work has appeared in publications worldwide such as The Australian, The Telegraph, The BBC, Daily Mail, G1.com, The Independent, National Geographic and Discovery Channel. He studied Bachelor of Communication, at the University of Wollongong and a Diploma of Screen, at Sydney Film School.