Over the past sixteen years, he has produced and presented radio shows, DJed in clubs all over the world, produced mix tapes and CDs, and contributed to market-leading music magazines. He’s also just written his first book!
Mark’s early residency at The Park End Club in Oxford paved the way for DJ work throughout the rest of the UK, including spots at such prolific London events as Smoove at Ministry of Sound, Fresh N Funky at Hanover Grand, and Twice As Nice. He has also featured on the bill of The Southport Weekender, and played at the world-famous Notting Hill Carnival.
More recently, he has branched out internationally, already spinning in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, The USA, (New York, Las Vegas, Chicago, San Francisco), Japan, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, Botswana, Mozambique, Ibiza, Cyprus, Greece, Austria, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Holland, Belgium, Jersey and Ireland! His most frequently visited territories are South Africa and Germany, where he has built up loyal fanbases. Mark’s resulting Diary blog on his website has come to rival any international travel magazine.
In addition to the DJing, Mark has drawn on his background as a magazine editor, and since 1998, has edited the Clubhoppin’ section of Blues & Soul, the UK’s market-leading urban music magazine, as well as contributing to other titles. His ongoing series of mix tapes and CDs continue to attract fanatical support at street level, and 2004 saw him release his first promotional DVD, with volume two making its appearance the following year.