Marshall H. Cohen has been an editorial photojournalist for over twenty-five years serving major media and private clients including newspapers, embassies, personal web sites, magazines, television, and corporations. His work has appeared in Time, La Prensa (Panama), "Sixty-Minutes" (CBS), the Washingtonian Magazine, and many news and trade publications in Europe and the United States.
He also provides on-site executive portraits. Marshall has taught photography, lectured widely on his work photographing the Tall Ships, and other special assignments. As Chairman of the National Press Club's Photography Committee Marshall has produced several professional seminars including "Photography at the White House" which was aired on C-Span. His television program "A History of Scandinavia Through Photography" was shown on WETA-TV early in his career. Marshall's award winning photographs have been exhibited in the United States and Europe, and are on view in the permanent collection of the National Press Club, Washington, DC and several private collections in Europe and the United States. Marshall is a member of the White House News Photographers Association, the Professional Photographers' Association, the National Press Club, and is an accredited member of the U.S. Senate Photographers' Press Gallery. Marshall is President of the American Scandinavian Association/NCA. He is available for assignments and location portraits in the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area. His stock photographs shown on this site are available for purchase. His book, “Denmark: A Photographer’s Odyssey,” published in 2016 is available for purchase on this site.