Brought up in an artistic family, Marc Faur is an artist of many trades who has performed in many fields of art starting at an early age as a music trainee with a substantial stage experience. His career carried him through over eight years of journalism and just as many years of advertising as a graphics designer and advertising production coordinator. His old passion for photography was reignited soon after he left the advertising industry and he decided to dedicate himself to it almost exclusively.
Marc Faur is a graduate of the Bucharest National University of Arts with a degree in Photography and Film and his exhibitions include nude photography, concepts about empty space relative to silence in music and imaginary film posters illustrating the evolution of the film industry over one century. Other works involve experimental film, photograms, still life etc.
His major influences include Nobuyoshi Araki, H. R. Giger, Edward Weston, Robert Mapplethorpe, art deco and film noir aesthetics and quite a few more.