Aside from his own recordings, Mark is available for music production projects: from arrangements to finished masters,  songwriting advice and lyric adaptation, he has over 20 years of experience in making songs come to life.

Working in his home studio in southwest France, or traveling to some of the most prestigious studios on request, Mark is able to play a wide variety of instruments including guitar, bass, keyboards, ukulele, double bass, drums, percussion and sitar, and uses Logic Audio and Native Instruments software for recording and programming.


Looking for a particular soloist? Mark has an enviable list of excellent musicians he can call upon to add what you’re looking for (backing vocalists, saxophone, trumpet, flute, guitar, cello, piano, drums, etc.) Mark can also record individual parts for other artists’ projects.

For example, you can hear him playing sitar on a track on the new Speedometer album, “Our Kind Of Movement”, released by Family Freestyle Records in April 2020.

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He’s also featured on the new album "Th3Rapie" by French rapper Monis.


In 2020 Jonathan Maltus will be releasing his “AND Now” album, arranged, recorded and produced by Mark.

Part of the album was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London.

Mark performs almost all the instruments, and brought-in several guest artists including Shekinah Rodz (saxophones) and Fabio Isquierzo (harmonica).


If you have a project and you’d like Mark to be involved, get in touch via the contact form.