Mark Diamond has been telling stories with pictures since the age of five, and professionally as a photojournalist for Time Magazine, Rolling Stone magazine, and others since his teens. In 1975, Diamond opened the first 3-D laser Hologram Gallery, Studio and Laser laboratory in the Southeast United States. As a founding member and exhibitor at the Museum of Holography in New York, Diamond is considered a pioneer in bridging the techno-aesthetic gap in exploring creative applications of Laser Holography. As a film maker and videographer, Mark has been applying multi-various image making disciplines in innovative ways. As an educator Diamond constantly shares a vast array of leading edge techniques with artists and young people in order to expand the vocabulary of visual communications for all.