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Photographer Mark Alexander becomes latest EIGCA Consultant Partner

10.12am 23rd October 2015 - People

Mark Alexander
Mark Alexander

The European Institute of Golf Course Architects is delighted to announce that Mark Alexander has become a Consultant Partner.

Mark is an award-winning golf photographer whose work is used to bring marketing and advertising campaigns to life in leading golf and travel magazines. Commissioned by golf clubs, resorts, tourism bodies and magazines, Mark’s photographs capture the beauty of some of the world’s best known golf courses.

He is also an accomplished architectural, reportage and portrait photographer and has been commissioned by global organisations to shoot personalities and projects for worldwide audiences.

During the Scottish Open at Gullane an exclusive set of Mark’s photographs, capturing some of Scotland’s most admired golf courses, was exhibited at Gullane Art Gallery.

EIGCA Executive Officer, Julia Green, welcomed Mark as a Consultant Partner, saying: “I am so pleased that Mark has become the latest to join our growing list of Consultant Partners. Mark has had a close association with the EIGCA for a number of years and I am delighted that he has decided to formalise that relationship by becoming a Consultant Partner. We very much look forward to welcoming him officially at our Annual Meeting in April next year.”

Consultant Partners are given the opportunity to meet and interact with EIGCA members and the wider golfing industry at the EIGCA annual meeting and may attend continuing professional development events. They are also included in the Consultant Partner database on the EIGCA website. Only EIGCA partners are granted direct access to the membership.

For more information on the EIGCA Consultant Partnership Programme please click here.

Mark Alexander www.markalexanderphotography.co.uk

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