NPAC - News Photographers Association of Canada
Regina, SK, Canada
Mark Taylor works on assignment for various Canadian publications and wire services, including The Globe and Mail, National Post, the Canadian Press and CPImages. Taylor's photos have appeared in The New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Maclean’s Magazine and numerous other websites and publications throughout Canada and the United States. Other clients include the National Film Board of Canada, CBC, the Calgary Herald and magazines including Western Living, Harrowsmith Country Life, Unlimited, Flavours, Briarpatch, Sasquatch, Positive Thinking, Canadian Poker Player, and HR Reporter.
A journalist also, Taylor serves as the photojournalism section editor at the Canadian Journalism Project (www.jsource.ca) where he contributes a monthly Q&A with distinguished Canadian photojournalists. His written work has also been published in The Globe and Mail, National Post, and numerous other newspapers, magazines and websites throughout North America. Taylor works as an instructor at the University of Regina School of Journalism, where he also manages the internship program and is the design director of the school's annual student news magazine, The Crow.
- Breaking news
Richard Wolfe, co founder of the notorious Indian Posse gang, poses at his kitchen table with a photo of his late brother Daniel. Richard was recently released from prison after serving 15 years for attempted murder. MARK TAYLOR GALLERY
Saskatchewan Roughrider fans erupt after linebacker Kye Stewart recovers a fumble during CFL action against the Toronto Argonauts in Regina, Saturday October 9, 2010. MARK TAYLOR FOR THE CANADIAN PRESS.