Mark Hendrickson's studio is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. It is there, Hendrickson works on his creative arts projects. His fashion photography has been featured with the renown Swiss watch company, Tissot. Tissot's print ad campaign includes race car driver, Danica Patrick, and the 2006 MotoGP World Champion - motorcycle racer, Nicky Hayden. Hendrickson photographed baseball All-Star pitcher, Curt Schilling for various projects, and baseball All-Star Grady Sizemore, for a major sunglasses company. Hendrickson has also worked with golfing legend Annika Sorenstam.
Hendrickson worked with Internet company - GoDaddy.com, photographing auto racer Danica Patrick, also actress / star of their famous Super Bowl commercials, and WWE Champion, Candice Michelle, motorcycle drag racer Valerie Thompson, along with several new GoDaddy girls. Hendrickson photographed Olympic gold medallist swimmer, and Playboy cover girl, Amanda Beard , also for GoDaddy.
Hendrickson has worked with musician and friend, Nils Lofgren on a number of projects, and albums. Nils may be best known for being a guitarist for Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band, as well as his own solo music career.
Hendrickson's Scottsdale Arizona studio is a great alternative, for West Coast area projects. The abundance of fine resorts in the Metro Phoenix area, combined with Hendrickson's studio location in Scottsdale, make for the perfect location for photo shoots.
Mark Hendrickson’s latest projects are producing his own fine art, photographic prints. The Famous Flame Series, are images of a wooden match, as it's being lit, creating a fantastically colorful series of unique shapes.
The Window Series, are images printed in parts, which are mounted onto foamcore, and those mounted to a piece of wood. The size and scale of these, along with a bit of dimension to the images, one can imagine looking out of a window at the scene.
Some of the Abstract Series images are printed in parts, similar to the Window Series images, giving them a bit of dimension as well. The latest addition, is a series of abstracts, called the Dream Series. These are images of fire, digitally enhanced, printed on watercolor paper, with archival inks.