Mark is a Communications Trainer, Lead Facilitator & Programme designer. He has trained individuals and teams at some of the biggest financial, law, retail and tech corporations in the world, and is comfortable facilitating large groups as well as tailoring courses to the specific needs of individuals.
Mark is a trained professional actor with over fifteen years experience teaching adults. This has been instrumental in shaping Mark’s highly engaging, practical and effective training style.
Mark has worked with CEO’s, senior management, graduates, staff teams and bespoke groups at UBS, Barclays Bank, BGC Brokers, Blackrock, Coutts, Morgan Stanley, Rolls Royce, CBRE, White & Case, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Jewsons Building Suppliers, Siemans, BUPA, IBM, King Gaming and BT.
As an actor, he has worked with the Oscar-nominated Stephen Daldry, Evening Standard Award-winner Philip Ridley, opposite Olivier Award-winner Deborah Findlay and with Sir Ian McKellen. He has performed onstage for the Old Vic, Chichester Festival Theatre, Rose Theatre Kingston, ETT, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Trafalgar Studios, Soho Theatre, Arcola and theatres in New York and Australia. On screen Mark has appeared for the BBC, Miramax Films, Netflix, Sky One, Ecosse Films, Curve Films and many independent filmmakers. Mark’s directorial credits include August Osage County (Bancroft), Days of Significance (Crescent Theatre), Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (RADA) and Tartuffe (BSA).
Mark won the inaugural Alan Bates Award, the Old Vic New Voices Award, an Audience Choice Award and was nominated for Best Actor at the Off-West End Awards and at the Ohio Film Festival.