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Working in digital and analogue mediums and hand-processing super8/16mm film Mark is predominately interested in experimentation within the form, Slow Cinema and Remodernist Film.
His work at present is involved with exploring the contemporary possibilities of Expanded Cinema and the movie image within the gallery space.
He is the author of the Silent Landscape Dancing Grain 13 (SLDG13) Film Manifesto which promotes the aesthetic and practical benefits of handmade celluloid work. Through his teaching Mark is keen to embrace lo-fi practical approaches and develop filmmakers as individual freethinking artists as well as collaborative practitioners.
In 2002 he was awarded the Frank Copplestone First Time Director Award at The Celtic Film Festival for his film Golden Burnand he is also a Royal Television Society Award Winner.