Mark Cross is an award winning Producer, Composer, Mixer, Educator and Author with an extensive discography in both film and television that spans over 2 decades. As a Engineer / Mixer Mark has worked on numerous albums, film scores, and television episodes, including the Grammy-winning “I Am Shelby Lynne”, Randy Newman's Oscar-nominated and Grammy-winning “CARS” and “Meet the Parents” score and soundtracks, along with mixing hundreds of episodes of the NBC prime time series: ER. Additional film credits include: Alien Resurrection, Seabisquit and Beavis and Butthead Do America.
As a composer Mark has created over 1,000 registered tracks in use in hundreds of films and television shows worldwide. He was the lead composer for the NBC Prime Time Series: Last Comic Standing as well as contributing additional music for: American Idol, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The CBS Evening News, HBO’s: Getting On and Comedy Central’s: Key and Peele. Mark has created musical themes for Nickelodeon's Wow Wow Wubbzy, the Seinfeld Season 8 DVD, as well as producing and performing with Grammy winner John Legend on HBO's: Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Mark has a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Music Education from Boston University as well as a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Production & Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music Education from Berklee College of Music in Boston. He is a Professor of Music Technology and Composition for Visual Media at Berklee College of Music, California State University Northridge, and Los Angeles College of Music and authored the book: Audio Post Production for Film and Television, published by Hal Leonard and Berklee Press.