Marcus Hausser began his career on the early 90’s, working on the most important avenue of São Paulo as a hot dog seller.
Even though his hot dog business were doing well, he sold everything he owned when he decided to became a photographer.

As an assistant at Richard Kohout, hausser began his career.
Then worked with other renowed advertising photographers, such as Maurício Nahas, Rogério Miranda and Andreas Heineger,
acquiring repertoire to begin his photographer career.
On 2002, his first studio open doors and he started working for the most important brazilian agencies.
AlmapBBDO, Neogama BBH, FCB Brasil, Leo Burnett Tailor Made, J. Walter Thompson, CP+B and Publicis are some of them.

Nowadays, he built a studio based in São Paulo and a rich portfolio with many images and a list of awards:
5 Lions in Cannes
Prix De La Photographie Paris
Black and White Spider Awards
Tokyo Photo Awards
IPA International Photography Awards
International Color Awards
One Eyeland Photographer of the year 2012 first edition
One Eyeland Photographer of the year 2016