Mark has worked in the broadcast industry for over 20 years.  He's made documentary films and factual series for all the major UK channels as well as several US networks.  Starting out in entertainment, Mark cut his TV teeth working with Clive James, Jeremy Clarkson and Clive Anderson and was there at the birth of Girls Aloud!  He moved from big Saturday night shows into more intimate character-led documentaries and has made films about teenage pregnancy, the British aristocracy, adoption and homelessness.  He won a Royal Television Award for the series Famous Rich and Homeless, which lead to a Comic Relief-endorsed sequel shot in the slums of Kenya and described by The Independent as “compelling viewing”.

In 2010 Mark released his first feature documentary, My Kidnapper, which played in over thirty countries and received a cinematic release in the UK, winning four star reviews from The Guardian, Time Out and The Times and was described by Hollywood industry-bible Variety as “a fascinating documentary about the search for closure”.

Mark now divides his time between documentaries, commercials and online content.  He's recently created films for John Lewis, Sainsburys, L'Oreal, Wilkinson Sword, EDF Energy and O2, as well as making several short films for OXFAM and the Time to Change mental health charity.


BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky, FIVE, John Lewis, Sainsburys, L'Oréal, Wilkinson Sword, EDF Energy, Vodaphone, O2, DuPont, OXFAM, Time to Change