Mark Crosby is a photographer from Memphis, Tennessee who lives in New York City.

Rizzoli has published two books of his New York City photographs, New York Christmas (1999) and New York (2000).

His photographs have been used by, among others, Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Opera Company, and NYC 2012 (the non-profit organization formed to bring the 2012 Summer Olympics to New York City).

Photographs by Crosby have also appeared in a variety of publications, including New York, USA Today, Organic Style and Travel + Life.

His concert film (executive producer), Soul Comes Home, aired nationally on PBS in 2003, and was released on DVD by Shout Factory.

His music documentary (co-producer; co-writer), Respect Yourself, on the Memphis soul label Stax Records, aired nationally on PBS in 2007. He, along with co-producers and co-directors Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville, received a Grammy Award nomination in 2008 for best long-form video.

He is currently leading a project in Memphis, TN to relocate the archive of life's work of American photographer (and Memphis native) William Eggleston a forthcoming contemporary art museum. The museum will be anchored by Eggleston's work, and present guest-curated shows from Eggleston's archive. It is expected to open in 2013.