Marcus is the creator of SQUEEZESHOT and other works on view at this website. SQUEEZESHOT is a story and exploration that incorporates prose, verse, art, photography, and video, all original. Other works by Marcus include photography, art, video, and poetry, some of which have been exhibited elsewhere (see below). His website has received visitors from 48 states and the District of Columbia, and 81 countries. It has also been accepted to Artbase, the Rhizome database of new media art (“contemporary art engaged with technology and the Internet”) at the New Museum in New York City.
A photograph of his (Juliana in San Miguel, above) was chosen for PORTRAITS 2016 (January 23 – February 20; Martha Schneider, juror), an annual exhibition of portraits at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A selection of photographs and other artworks (above) was exhibited at the 2015 Newton (MA) Open Studios Fall Juried Art Fest (November 7 & 8, Newton City Hall; juror: Jessica Roscio, curator of the Danforth Art Museum). Two photos — LIghtfall (see the ICP School entry below) and On the Street (Red) — were chosen by the juror for the Salon section of the show.
A photograph and poem (Lightfall and Alive, below) were chosen by the School of the International Center of Photography (in NYC) for SLIDEFEST 2015: [IN]FLUX (https://icpslidefest.tumblr.com). The exhibition theme: “Question the habitual and submit images that relate to the state of being [in]flux.”
Several photographs of Central Maine were exhibited at Saving Beauty, an art show to benefit the Somerset Woods Trustees and the Sebasticook Regional Land Trust, in Canaan, Maine, May 29-June 7, 2015. The exhibition theme: “How do the lakes, forests and rivers of inland Maine inspire your work?”