Mark has been a photojournalist, producer and writer for 30 years. As a photojournalist, he covered hurricanes Andrew and Floyd, the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, and the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing.
Later, he was a segment producer for a first responder satellite network where he created media training for firefighters and police. Mark later wrote and directed "The Riff," a feature-length film starring Antonio Fargas (Car Wash, Starsky & Hutch) and Nia Peeples (Fame, Walker: Texas Ranger.) He’s written and produced for RFD-TV and FamilyNet Productions, where he helmed "Wretched w/Todd Friel" and created the reality show "Wacky World of Bruce Barry" which won and Emmy in 2010.
He currently works for Good News Productions International where he teaches video production to faith based organizations around the world.
Galveston Island, 1900. A city by the sea. A place where money can be made legally and illegally. Fat profits for fat profiteers. Secret Service agent Jack Price tries to unravel a big mystery: who has been buying land on behalf of some dead orphans? Why is the land so important? Does the oily-slick surface of worthless swampland mean something?