Mark Watson - Bio in brief.
BIO IN BRIEF
Classically trained on piano by the late Ivan Fosello, pianist for the world famous Italian conductor and arranger, Mantovani, Mark received all his grades through the Trinity College of
London. He also studied jazz on organ through the A.M.E.B., whilst taking extracurricular studies in electronics through the
Marconi School of Wireless. Performing as a full time musician at the age of sixteen, he has since worked in many venues and studios around Australia as well as overseas.
Mark owns and operates a very successful recording studio/music production business called STUDIO PROOF, where his clients range from Warner Bros. Movie World, Cartoon Network, Prime Television, and many other local, interstate, and overseas businesses and recording artists. He has produced, arranged and recorded many of the soundtracks required for Movie World, Sea World and Wet and Wild theme parks. The current soundtrack for the show "Water Ski Wipe Out" at SeaWorld was entirely recorded and produced by Mark.
Mark also produces many soundtracks for international touring shows that travel to countries as diverse as Dubai ,Singapore, Philippines, Bangkok, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Indonesia as well as arranging and producing the fully orchestrated music tracks for the "Legend Tribute Show", "The Looney Tune Show", "The Power Puff Girls Show!", "Hello Kitty" "Batman Begins" and many, many more. In conjunction with Cartoon Network, Warner Records, and Alionation, he has also recorded and produced the international release of the "Power Puff Girl" C.D. as well as being commissioned to write and produce the orchestral theme "Children to Champions" which was the theme used for the 2008 Canadian Diving Olympic Trials
World Field Hockey Olympic Trials
FINA Grand Prix Canada Cup Diving Championships.
STUDIO PROOF is a "Total Music Production" House where Mark has produced a plethora of productions from Warner Bros and DC Comics live show productions through to Australian artists cds from almost every genre! He's also been lucky enough to have toured with Dire Straits in their support band, performed in front of stadium crowds of up to 60,000, numerous television performances, as well as been guest lecturer a number of times at Griffith University.