Mark Marshall – Industry Bio

Regardless of what form of media you’re talking about, Mark Marshall has been involved in it. In a career that spans over 30 years, he has worked in both the performance and production aspects of recorded and live music, video, radio, interactive, print and internet media projects. He is, for all intents and purposes, a media “renaissance man”.

Among his talents are those of narrator, vocalist, composer, multi-instrumentalist, photographer, multimedia / print /audio / video / radio producer and designer. He has used these talents in a wide range of both commercial projects and artistic endeavors.

As a media producer, Mark has created for a diverse range of clients/projects, including Lucent Technologies, Panasonic, Sony, WBAI, Siemens Medical Systems, AT&T, Emmy award-winning composer Mark Wood, The Center for Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Jazz / Fusion artist Ryo Kawasaki, DSE|Br@ndesign, Rivet, SAP / Ogilvy Mather, Ted Turner Pictures, Recon Records, Killah Priest, Dope, Nycomed Amersham, Samsung, Mission Sound Recording, Coldwell Banker, powerhouse vocalist Laura Kaye and many, many others. The wide-ranging nature of these projects include websites, interactive CD-ROMs, print materials, digital photography, radio spots, logo and collateral designs, 3-D renderings, sound effects, video productions and more.

As a vocalist and instrumentalist, he has performed on numerous live and studio music projects, the PBS special “The Children Remember”, numerous television appearances and nationwide radio spots, and albums by Amy Coleman, Abby Straus, Zan Zone and others.

His instrumental compositions and performances have been featured in projects including MONY, Transamerica, Lucent, Direct Interactive, Emigrant Savings Bank, Pacifica Radio, Sony, Brother, Panasonic, The Bureau of Electronic Publishing, IMG and Wellesley Suites.

His distinctive narrative voice has been heard on projects including Lucent, Cenmarx, AT&T, Siemens, Recon Records, Thynx, KPFK and WBAI Radio, Ecom Technologies and Con Ed Communications.

His widely varied character voices have been heard on numerous projects, including BlackHammer / Matrix Games’ Supremacy, and JIST’s Mission:Careers, where he playes over 40 different characters!

As a radio producer and co-host, he engineered, produced, and edited over one hundred radio broadcasts, heard on both WBAI radio in New York and other Pacifica radio Network Stations, from 1999 through 2010. He also provided musical compositions and narrations for every show, as well as singlehandedly designing, constructing and maintaining the award-winning companion website to the broadcasts.