du•ri•an |ˈdoŏrēən; -rēˌän|
1 - An oval spiny tropical fruit containing a creamy pulp. Despite it's fetid smell, it is highly esteemed for it's flavor.
2 - (also durian tree) The large tree that bears this fruit, regarded by many people in Southeast Asia as the "king of fruits." The durian is distinctive for it's large size and formidable thorn-covered husk...
ORIGIN late 16th cent.: from Malay durian, from duri ‘thorn.’
Marcos was born in the early autumn in Toronto, Canada. He started in still photography. By 18, Marcos was shooting fashion and design projects for various Canadian publications. From there he moved to London, England to continue his education, then New York and eventually Los Angeles where he fine-tuned his skills working with greats, like legendary photographer & director Herb Ritts and world renowned cinematographers Darius Khondji, Paul Cameron, Sal Totino and Pierre Rouger. These were his real teachers. Marcos has been shooting movies, commercials and music videos ever since.
Ice Skating. He’s extremely good & fast, having played ice hockey for over fifteen years. Can work as a local in the great white north... Canada eh!