Mark Schrope has been a freelance writer and editor since the turn of the century, which is to say his neighbors wonder what he’s doing over there all day. Based in Florida, his work has taken him on a flight into the eye of a hurricane; to the seafloor by submersible; and around the world -- from a remote Colombian island, to the coral reefs of Indonesia, to the deserts of Egypt. Though many articles focus on the ocean, he covers a broad range of topics under the general headings of science, technology, and travel for publications such as Nature, The Washington Post, and Sport Diver.
Photography has not been a terribly lucrative part of my business. The main value comes in making assignments possible, or improving spreads where the publication might otherwise go with generic […] ...Keep Reading »
I have always loved photography. When I travel, I take lots of photos. I’d be doing so even if I weren’t a writer. But as it happens, photography can greatly […] ...Keep Reading »