The colourful liquid photography titled “Aqueous” was the idea of London based photographer, Mark Mawson. He first had the idea after pouring milk into coffee and observing the swirling patterns that were produced. Following that, Mark set out to shoot colourful liquid images that can resemble anything from sea creatures to alien landscapes.
Mark has 30 years experience of producing creative and inspiring images.
He specialises in shooting liquids and his colourful liquid work, Aqueous, has become very well known and collectable. An Aqueous video was projected onto the walls of Buckingham Palace for The Queen's diamond jubilee concert in 2012 and more recently, a video was used on a giant screen by U2 for their eXPERIENCE and iNNONCENCE tour.
His work has gained him many awards and in 2018 Mark was awarded the prestigious Futurum Award by His Serene Highness, Prince Albert of Monaco for his significant contribution to art.
More of Mark’s work including his commercial work can be seen at www.markmawson.com
2019 Communication Arts Photography Award Winner
2018 Futurum Award Winner
2018 International Photography Awards Honourable Mention
2017 The Association of Photographer's Awards Winner
2017 11th Annual International Color Awards, Winner
2017 OneEyeland Awards, Bronze
2016 Communication Arts Photography Award Winner
2016 The Association of Photographer's Awards Finalist
2016 OneEyeland Photography Awards Finalist
2014 International Photography Awards - 2nd Place
2012 The London Awards - Shortlisted
2011 Dabomba Creative Awards - Gold
2010 Dabomba Creative Awards - Platinum & Gold
2010 International Aperture Awards - Silver
2009 Sovereign Asian Art Awards - Finalist