Mark has been a lighting designer in themed entertainment for over 20 years. He trained at San Francisco State University, and the Studio and Forum of Stage Design in New York City.
Mark’s work with Remarkable Light focuses on rides, attractions, themed restaurant and retail spaces, corporate visitors centers, and both touring and permanent museum exhibits.
As an Associate Designer at Yeager Design, LLC, his projects included The GM Reveals Theater at The General Motors Test Track attraction at Walt Disney Worldʼs EPCOT Center; Fox Studios Australiaʼs Backlot Tour; Kennedy Space Centerʼs Saturn V Center; Woody Woodpeckerʼs Animation Celebration at Universal Studios Japan; BattleStations 21, a state of the art disaster training facility for the US Navy; The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum; and Lights! Camera! Action! at Universal Studios Singapore.
As a Lead Designer, Mark designed lighting for the Skydeck attraction at the Sears tower in Chicago, The Shuttle Launch Experience and Exploration Space at Kennedy Space Center, the Images Of Singapore cultural attraction; exhibits and show for Louisianaʼs Old State Capitol, exhibits at Chicagoʼs Adler Planetarium and the Arizona Science Center; the USA Pavilion at both the 2005 and 2010 World Expos; the permanent exhibits at the ArtScience Museum in Singapore; and the touring exhibits Mummies of the World and America I Am. For the National Parks Service, Mark has designed exhibit lighting for the Manzanar National Historic Site, Badlands National Monument, Cabrillo National Monument, WWII Valor In The Pacific National Monument, Keweenaw National Historic Site, and Mammoth Cave National Park.
What's next? Well, he'd love to find out! Please get in touch about your upcoming project.