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Mark Weiss

Mark Weiss

Mark “WEISSGUY” Weiss – The guy that lived, rocked and photographed the 80’s. Mark was raised by the Jersey Shore and in 1974 at the age of 14 he made a deal with a neighbor to cut his lawn all summer in exchange for a 35 mm camera. Mark filled his teenage nights sneaking into concerts to shoot the biggest rock stars of the era, and then selling his photos for a buck a piece out of his high school locker and outside concert venues.

After getting arrested outside a KISS concert at Madison Square Garden in 1977 he walked into the offices of Circus magazine with his portfolio. The timing was perfect; the art director needed Aerosmith pictures, and Mark had them. His first published work was a Circus centerfold of Steven Tyler. Soon after, Mark was hired as a staff photographer at the magazine, shooting covers and features.

Mark spent the next decade traveling the globe with rock legends ranging from Ozzy Osbourne, Van Halen and Aerosmith to Motley Crue, Guns N' Roses, Bon Jovi and KISS. Through his inimitable photographs, he captured and helped to create the visual imagery of an entire musical era.

Ozzy Osbourne has said of the photographer: “I’ve known Mark Weiss since he was a teenager. He was relentless in the pursuit of his art. Mark would knock on my hotel door all hours of the day and night wanting to take photos. He definitely had—and still has—the rock and roll spirit.”

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