Telling the Story of Life through Photographs – with Marc Silber

Marc Silber began taking black & white photographs at the legendary Peninsula School, avidly learning composition and darkroom skills. He seemed to always have a still or movie camera in his hands.

Through his photographs he has been able to capture images of life, each telling a story; this desire to tell a story has propelled his digital filmmaking career. He honed his skills at the celebrated San Francisco Art Institute—one of the oldest and most prestigious schools of higher education in art and photography in the United States.

“My love of photography began when I was in grade school and grew as a means of telling visual stories. As the etymology of photography is “light writing” I find photography and film to be my favorite forms of ‘ writing’ and expression.”

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