Mark Albertazzi

Mark is a nautical, brand content, and editorial photographer based in San Diego, California. With family roots deeply entrenched on the Hawaiian island of Molokai, Mark's entire life has been spent on or near the ocean. An avid waterman and competitive sailor, he's as comfortable at the helm of a 70' schooner in big following seas as he is paddling out at a remote reef break. Across his 25+ years as an advertising Creative Director, he's crafted fully integrated campaigns for famous brands that include: BMW North America, Callaway Golf, Sony, and Toshiba. His nautical images are showcased in the Maritime Museum of San Diego two-man photographic exhibit, Wind & Water. Mark's keen eye and waterman knowledge reveals itself in his nautical and story telling images.

For assignment or image information ~

e : mark@markalbertazzi.com

c : +1 619. 977. 3757

To view images for purchase, please visit: markalbertazzi.zenfolio.com

Clients & Events:

Sailing World

Sailing Magazine

Latitude 38

Centurion Boats

Hanse Yachts


M Ship Company

Moody Yachts

North Sails

Ullman Sails

Jeff Brown Yachts

Frasier Yachts

JK3 Nautical

Ancient Mariner Sailing Society

Interlodge Racing

J-World Sailing

Maritime Museum of San Diego

Pac52 Class

Privateer Lynx Foundation

RC44 Class

Rio Racing

San Diego Yacht Club

SEA San Diego

Thor Racing

America's Cup World Series

America's Schooner Cup

Cal Race Week

Extreme Series

International Masters Regatta

Lipton Cup

Long Beach Race Week

Master Mariners Regatta

McNish Classic Yacht Race

NOOD - San Diego

One Design Offshore Championship

Open Bic North American

Pac52 Cup

RC44 Cup

Rolex Big Boat Series

San Diego to Puerto Vallarta

San Diego Triathlon Challenge

Snipe Class Western Hemisphere & Orient Championship

Snipe Class North American Championship

Star Class World Championship

Yachting Cup

Yesteryear Regatta

Callaway Golf

Ben Hogan Golf

Lamkin Grips

Odyssey Golf



Headwaters—Dripping Springs


Shearwater—St. Augustine

Skye Canyon—Las Vegas

Tesoro Viejo—Fresno