"The quality of a person's life is in direct proportion to their commitment to excellence, regardless of their chosen field of endeavor."
Mark has been involved in high technology for nearly four decades. Whether aa part of another enterprise or leading one he founded, Mark enjoys bringing new products and services to the market, solving previously unsolved problems, and creating value for shareholders.
He is a Partner, in CommerceBasix, a management and technology consultancy focused on assisting enterprises (private sector and Fed Gov) identify and integrate impactful technology solutions
Mark's father introduced him to photography when he gave him his first camera, a Kodak Instamatic, at the age of ten. Since then, Mark always has a camera with him.
Mark enjoys street photography, architectural photography, and candid photography.
You can see his monochrome (BW) images on his Instagram site.
Other work, including color images, portraits, and more subjects can be found on his Flickr site.
Mark enjoys using his skill to bring joy and good memories to others. Contact him if you'd like him to capture some special moments for you or your family.
How long were you in radio? Mark often gets asked that question after people listen to his podcasts. The truth is: Mark never worked in broadcast but he has an ear for what sounds good >and he works hard to emulate the best podcasters on the air.
Mark's first commercial podcast, Connected and Smart Apartments discusses how Wi-Fi and streaming video are changing the entertainment industry for apartment owners and developers. You can listen to the series on Apple Podcasts
Since then Mark has produced additional shows. One, Commercial Innovation for Defense focuses on how commercial enterprises can innovate for the US Department of Defense. Another, Thoughts on Design, featuring Kim Carroll Interiors is co-hosted by Mark's friend, Kim Carroll, and together they - and many guests - discuss topics relating to interior design. Both of thesse podcasts, like his first, can be found on all the major platforms.
And just for fun and his family, Mark produces "The Lovely Podcast," which features interviews with his four oldest granddaughters (out of eight!).