Marcus Haney is a photographer and filmmaker who’s work is characterized by its intuitive and protean approach.
His passion for travel, people and music informs his commercial work, producing images that are as playful and spontaneous as they are intimate, raw and revealing.
Haney’s debut feature-length documentary ‘No Cameras Allowed’ was released through MTV, leading to a guest appearance on Conan in the US and a film premier tour of Australia. His second film ‘Austin To Boston’ soon followed. Longstanding collaborations with Cold Play and Mumford & Sons include documentaries and press photography – for the latter shooting the cover for their Album of the Year Grammy winning LP, Babel.
Clients include: Google, Subway, Rolling Stone, Vogue, HBO, MTV, Sony, Universal, Havana Club,
, Jack Daniels, Bacardi, Mumford&Sons, Cold Play
“Marcus Haney belongs where he doesn’t belong. A Los Angeles native with a home on the road, he’s more likely to be found jumping fences, hanging from trees, or sneaking past security lines to document the human circus rather than following the rules of marching in it. He’s no sheep. The lens does not judge but paints the truth, and he takes to his work like a war photographer on the front lines of celebrating life. –Gill Landry