Deemed one of the least influential artists of the century, Mark Imhoof (MRKO, pronounced Mark-O) creates in three and a half distinct art forms.
His Wabi Sabi life philosophy is seen in semi master pieces sometimes referred to as surfboards, kiteboards, paddleboards and other objects people can use to ride waves with.
Besides working in the third dimension, MRKO also considers himself an expert photographer of Intimate Portraits of people who do not want their photo taken, Blur Nature photography and also swimming with a sharks and violent local surfers for water level Ocean Landscape photography.
MRKO has a curiosity about the stories of others and, therefore, his favorite artistic project is as a Life Legacy Audio interviewer, editor and producer.
3.5 He is also an excellent Instant Pot chef.
MRKO retired after college and left Florida to surf Fiji, Australia and Hawaii from 1981 – 1996 and is still amazed that he actually was a school teacher for seventeen more years. Currently found most often in Flagler Beach, MRKO designs and hand builds all of his boards in his front yard using various types of foam, glitter, resin, fiberglass, carbon fiber, plastic, wood, insect bodies, dog hair, acrylic paint, flowers, pencil lead and anything else that happens to fall into and dry in the resin as it cures overnight.
His camera choices are a Fuji XT2, a 35 mm lens, sometimes a tripod or a Go Pro Hero #7 because the Fuji is not water proof.
“Perfection is over rated”