Mark W. Hoelscher is a photographer, colorist, & documentary filmmaker based in Washington, DC. His work focuses on portraiture and performing arts, documenting theatre, dance, & music in the District. He is also a videographer/editor/colorist for The Brookings Institution.
Available for freelance photography, video, post production, and color editing work.
Mark has worked with:
- The Kennedy Center
- Christopher K. Morgan & Artists
- Dance Place
- Pointless Theatre
- We Happy Few Productions
- Heart Stück Bernie
- Blight Records
- Interface Media Group
- Community Foodworks
- and many more!
Mark's work has been featured in:
- The Washington Post (1, 2, 3, 4)
- The Brookings Institution Photo Essay
- The Brookings Institution Essay
- Brightest Young Things
- All Things Go
- Foreign Policy
- DC Metro Theater Arts
- The Sweet Land
- Washington City Paper
- DC Theatre Scene
- Critical Dance
- GigSoup Music
- FemChord Music
Mark's work has been exhibited in:
"Mark was wonderful to work with-- his footage is beautiful...and editing excellent. He translated our long list of wishes into a coherent story.
Always friendly and understanding, Mark gets our highest recommendation! "
-Hugo Mogollon, Director of Community Foodworks
"poignant and beautifully-crafted visuals"
-D.C. Music Download
"Ace portrait photog"
Or, you can fill out a contact form and I'll get back to you as soon as possible!