From Miami, New York City to Nashville; in the genres of jazz, rock, techno, hip hop, R&B, gospel, latin and country, Mark has worn the hats of performer, songwriter, producer, engineer, dance remixer and programmer. His diverse musical tastes are reflected in his long list of credits. He has worked with R&B writer/performer Andrea Martin, Angela Bofill, Keith Washington, producers Keith Diamond and Jeffrey Lesser, Arrested Development, Speech, New York Voices, Tremaine Hawkins and Billy Ray Cyrus to name just a very few. Along with Michael Visconti he co-wrote and produced "The Distance" which accompanied Nancy Kerrigan's skating performance in front of a sold out audience at the 2002 benefit for the victims of 9.11 at Madison Square Garden, hosted by Steve Buscemi. Mark is the co-creator of the international musical project LingoTech, a multimedia project that inspires young people around the world to acquire languages. Mark's LingoTech concerts have taken him to the Middle East, Indonesia, Europe, Scandinavia and China.