"A story should have a beginning, a middle, and end...
but not necessarily in that order."

Jean-Luc Godard

"The only safe thing is to take a chance."

Mike Nichols

"Television is very educational. Every time someone turns on the set,
I go into another room and read a book."

Groucho Marx

"Filmmaking is the ultimate team sport."

Michael Keaton

"Life is a combination of magic and pasta."

Federico Fellini

"That was perfect, let's do another take."


"You have many years ahead of you to create the dreams that we can't even imagine dreaming. you have done more for the collective unconscious of this planet than you will ever know"

Steven Spielberg

award winning producer

For Marc, creativity is not a job it is a habit as is evidenced through his successful career in film, video production and in digital media arts. He brings to the table more than 25 years of experience backed with credentials as an award-winning motion picture, TV and video producer.

Throughout his career, he has managed numerous formats and emerging technologies in motion picture, television and online. While achieving the client’s initial perception, Marc has completed projects from concept to completion. His level of quality in terms of deliverables is commensurate with his progressive experience in providing dedicated service and client recognition.

Sir Anthony Hopkins and Marc at The Golden Heart Awards

Sir Anthony Hopkins and Marc at
The Golden Heart Awards

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“You made every twelve hour
day feel like eleven. It was fun.”

Chris Kattan, Actor

"You're the best. What kind of batteries do you run on?"

Brad Rowe, Actor

"On time, on budget, on schedule. Man you can squeeze a penny!"

Barry Bamholtz

"Marc has always been a good producing partner, capable
of organizing the right team and schedule on impossible budgets."

David M. Weiss, Producer / Writer - Director

"Marc is always such a basket case,
he's a great comic relief and cheaper than Rolaids."

Jeff Schenck, Executive Producer



Aerosmith Rock 'n Roll Coaster Walk Disney World

Rock 'n Roller Coaster
Walt Disney World, Florida

Space Mountain Pre-Show Disneyland Paris

Space Mountain
Disneyland, Paris

The Experience, Universal Studios, California

The Experience
Universal Studios, California

Jurassic Park Ride Pre-Show Universal Studios, California

Jurassic Park Ride Pre-Show
Universal Studios, California

Days of Thunder Pre-ShowParamount's Kings Dominion, Virginia

Days of Thunder Pre-Show
Paramount's Kings Dominion, Virginia

Al's Brain in 3-DOrange County Fair, California

Al's Brain in 3-D
Orange County Fair, California

Wild Wild West Pre-Show Movie Park Germany, Westphalia

Wild Wild West Pre-Show
Movie Park Germany, Westphalia

Aerosmith Rock 'n Roll Coaster Walk Disney World

Mars Mission
Clear Channel, San Antonio, Texas


Mickey's Toontown Christmas Special

Disney / ABC

Starring all of Disney's most beloved characters, this television segment introduced the public to the grand opening of Toontown as part of the Walt Disney World Very Merry Christmas Parade broadcast on ABC. The special starred guest appearances by Betty White, Rigis Philbin and Cheech Marin among others.

Legends of Aviation Award

Skip Holm

Considered the most prestigious event of aviation, this intimate and historic evening of aviation awards and entertainment featured Morgan Freeman with a special tribute to Cliff Robertson and a 90th birthday salute to Bob Hoover.  The award recognizes significant contributions and achievements during aviation’s second hundred years.

The Golden Hearts Award Show

Midnight Mission

The Golden Heart Award is presented annually by The Midnight Mission to individuals and organizations that have demonstrated a compassion for those in our community who are less fortunate. Past honorees include: Tim Allen, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Chuck Lorre, Tom Petty, Dick and Arlene Van Dyke, Wallis Annenberg, Richie Sambora, Carrie Fisher and many more.

AIDS: You've Got to Do Something


Starring actress Mayim Bialik, this video offers students insight into how the virus that causes AIDS is or is not transmitted. The piece was meant to generate discussion about peer pressure, risky sexual behavior, HIV testing and the role drugs and alcohol play in impaired judgment, which can put people at risk for infection.