Mark Beehre is a photographer, writer and oral historian based in Wellington. Trained at the Elam School of Fine Arts and Massey University, his work sits at the intersection of documentary, portraiture, and social history, and centres around themes of identity, sexuality and the lifelong quest for intimacy. Mark is the author of Men Alone—Men Together, a collection of portraits and interviews with some 45 gay men describing their life journeys and relationships. Mark's latest project, A Queer Existence, published in 2021, looks at the lives of gay men born since the passing of the Homosexual Law Reform Act in 1986. Click here to order a copy of the book.