As a Regional Executive Creative Director, Mark oversees and nurtures an eclectic band of creative brains to deliver amazing and innovative work. Focusing on building deeper relationships between brands and their customers with excellent storytelling, smart design and meaningful business transformations.
With over 20 years of experience in delivering inspirational and usable brand communications and digital experiences. He originally trained as an illustrator at a time when we were encouraged to "bomb the bass", wear jackets with the sleeves turned up and sing to Kelly McGillis in bars. Naturally, these events dissuaded Mark from going out and unwittingly helped him on the road to forming a loving bond with Amiga D-Paint.
From artworking games for the likes of EA and Interplay, Mark took his love of interaction design to the (then) ground-breaking multiplatform digital Teletext service; later becoming head of digital design and user experience at two international media groups before returning to agency life in 1999.
Having worked with some of the World’s favourite brands, overseeing and nurturing a large and eclectic band of creative brains to deliver amazing and innovative work his focus is to help build deeper and more meaningful relationships between brands and their customers with good storytelling and unrivalled experience design.
Winning is always a bonus; and Mark has been responsible for hundreds of plaudits and awards ( including Canne, BAFTA, Clio and D&AD) for a wide range of brands including Porsche, American Express, ITV, Chanel, BP, Royal Caribbean, Freesat, WWF, Canon, Claridge’s, The Mirror, The Independent, De Beers, P&G, The Glenlivet and Royal Mail.
Mark is an active member of a number of international design committees, judging panels and speaking circuits and a huge supporter of mentorship programs such as School of Communication Arts, D&AD New Blood, Microsoft Student Program, BIMA D-Day and London College of Communication.