Marco Betti gained a BA honours in Photography and Film from the University of Westminster in the nineties. He lives and works as a freelance photographer in Brighton England, and has travelled the world on photographic assignments for corporate clients, pharmaceutical companies, editorials, development agencies and charities. His work has been published in The Sunday Times, The Daily Telegraph, Financial Times, The British Journal of Photography and House and Garden among other publications nationally and internationally. His photographs are exhibited globally.

Selected Exhibitions

  • Goldstone Gallery (Brighton, UK): The Synthetic Garden photomontages, November 2014-January 2015

  • Oxford University Botanic Garden (Oxford UK): Breaking Of Tulips, March-May 2014

  • Kew Royal Botanical Gardens (London, UK then world tour): Hard Rain: What'll You Do Now? 14 May -25 September 2011

  • Oxford University Press HQ (Oxford UK): Rearranging Formulae, a response to science books donated by Oxford University, September-October 2010

  • Stockholm International Fairs (Stockholmsmässan) (Stockholm Sweden): Water Integrity - Visualized: Photo Exhibition World Water Week, Sept 2009

  • O3 Gallery (Oxford, UK): Endnotes unwrapping books. Collaboration with 16 diverse artists, March-April 2009

  • Olympia Exhibition, Event and Conference Venue (London, UK): The Nikon expo. HP Portrait Prize 2008, December 2008

  • The Art Pavilion (London, UK): Environmental photographer of the year 2008, September-October 2008

  • Foyles Gallery (London UK): WaterAid- would you drink this water? March-April 2006

  • Barge House, Oxo Tower (London UK): Arup/WaterAid Drawing Water, January 2006


Clients Include

Eli Lilly UK, WaterAid, Ecover, Net Builder, Save The Children, Thames Water, Blenheim CDP, RPM Ltd, New York Times, The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Los Angeles Times, Unilever, Royal Horticultural Society, Tisettanta Ltd, AstraZeneca, Young Health Programme, Asda, Genus, Plan UK, Plan International, Polymateria.