Interview Series at the Apple Store

“It’s All Related” is an interview series of interesting people and their stories. What they do and how it’s all related to our lives and the modern world around us. These one-on-one interview sessions will be held in public spaces and podcasts will be presented on this site.. A sample of topics to be covered will be mobile travel in the digital age, patient advocacy, documentary filmmaking and iPhoneography.

Friday, April 6, 2012

It's All Related presents photographer Mark Estes May 9th.

Mark Estes; photographer and future chaplain will be sharing his journey on how his photography has enlightened his understanding of the spiritual world around him. Plus how he will use creativity as tool to help people get a better understanding of life events.

Date May 9th.
Apple Store, San Francisco
One Stockton Street
San Francisco, CA. 94108
Upstairs - This is a free event. Seating is first come first serve.

Mark approaches his art/photography with the same “Beginners Mind” that he applies to chaplaincy studies, infant bereavement photography, cycling and marriage to his wife, Susan. The gift of a plastic Thunderbird camera at age 7 led him to study art at the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in his hometown of Houston, TX., and later earn a B.F.A. at the K. C. Art Institute. His creative inspiration comes from a love of illustration, music, Bizarro comics and artists Duane Michaels, Robert and Shauna Parke-Harrison, Jackson Pollack and Mark Rothko.

Mark attends seminary at The Chaplaincy Institute for Arts and Interfaith Ministries and will be ordained in March of 2013. In June he begins as a spiritual care intern at Kaiser Hospital and a 1-yr. residency in Sept. He is an active cyclist, Area Coordinator/photographer for Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, Pathways Hospice volunteer, has served as the SF APA Success Team Coach, Sec. of Graphic Artists Guild and photographer for The Forgotten International.

To view Mark's photography please visit

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