About

Mark B. Coulbourne

Biography

Mark B. Coulbourne is a photographer producing fine art prints of wild horses, nature, culture & landscape for private collections, commercial or editorial solutions. Mark is a full service photographer providing art print products, advertising imagery and more. Mark's fine art is displayed for interior design in commercial, corporate office & residential settings. Mark’s photography enhances the elegant appearance of resorts and reveals engaging marketing photos for businesses. Buy fine art prints.

Mark was featured on the ABC “ Good Morning America Show” with his photo safaris by boat to see wild horses & wildlife. Mark grew up in Chincoteague Island, Virginia and surfing at nearby Assateague Island as a child. In 1990 his dreams came true when he moved to the North Shore in Hawaii, where he still lives and surfs extraordinary waves today. Mark acquired a love for art in Hawaii while working at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. Mark has also worked as a park ranger in Hawaii at the USS Arizona Memorial. He has taken approximately 500,000 visitors on his tours to the memorial while working as an interpretive ranger. Mark has scuba dived on the USS Arizona as a park ranger dive team member which is considered a rare honor. Since 2001, Mark has traveled each Summer back to his native island of Chincoteague, Virginia to photograph wild horses & wildlife by boat along the barrier islands in Virginia. Mark has spent decades in Hawaii and enjoys venturing to other breathtaking parts of the world to bring you astonishing images.

Mark is dedicated and passionate to capture images that inspire you to discover the world around us, where moments and a combination of elements present themselves in a truly spectacular way. Hopefully his images will touch your soul. Mark says " I desire to bring you something meaningful that elevates your emotions and opens your imagination. I hope that through my photographs you can appreciate unique elements in time of our planet that God has given us to enjoy."