Shooting The Gift on location at Espace Niemeyer in Paris, 2019.


Mark started his visual career as a widely published reportage photographer before studying Cinematography at the UK’s National Film and Television School. His credits include drama, documentary, commercials, and music videos.

Recent credits include the drama feature film Disclosure which premiered at Palm Springs International Film Festival 2020 to excellent reviews. His long-term collaboration with Artist Director Jasmina Cibic has produced a number of films including Tear Down and Rebuild and The Gift that have been exhibited at venues worldwide including MoMA New York, Venice Biennale 2013, BALTIC Gateshead, Whitechapel Gallery, and European Capital of Culture Aarhus 2017.

Mark also heads up the Cinematography programme at the UK’s Northern Film School based at Leeds Beckett University. He has also taught many short courses & masterclasses for production companies, and international filmschools, and is a regular speaker at film festivals and industry events.

He provided additional cinematography on Finding Fela! (2014), We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks (2013), and The Fifty Year Argument (2014) for Alex Gibney and Martin Scorsese. Other documentary credits include Venus and Serena (2012), China Power – Art Now After Mao (C4 True Stories 2009), TT: A Dangerous Obsession (2012), & Axis of Light (2012). Drama credits range from shorts to cinema & TV release feature-length. Commercials include Dyson, Birds Eye, Codemasters, Simple, Danone, Vosene, Ericsson, The Settlers, iBank, BBC, and Pan-African football. 

Mark has worked on productions that have won or been shortlisted for BAFTA, Broadcast, Promax UK/Europe, IVCA, RTS, Grierson, IDA, and PGA awards.