Biography

Mark Greenberg

Mark Greenberg has been a photojournalist since 1975. He worked as a staff photographer at a major New York metropolitan newspaper and in the early 1980's joined the Associated Press in New York as a photo editor. After leaving the Associated Press, Greenberg co-founded Visions, a photo agency specializing in news and features.

In 1987 he was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for feature photography for his coverage of the round-the-world Voyager aircraft. In 1992, Greenberg was invited to be the exclusive photographer for the Rio Roosevelt Expedition, a historical retracing of the expedition conducted by Theodore Roosevelt in 1914. A group of 20, including scientists, adventurers and Tweed Roosevelt, a great-grandson of Theodore Roosevelt, successfully completed a two-month long navigation of the 600-mile Amazon River tributary.

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