Motion Graphics Designer
Over the past fifteen years Mark Paul has served as a motion graphics
designer for museums, corporations and on and off-Broadway shows.
Mark has worked on media and installations for: Abo Pomi Chickasaw Cultural Center, BP Energy Center, Celebrity Cruise Lines, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, General Electric (EPCOT), General Motors Pavilion (1996 Summer Olympics), Hanford Reach National Heritage Monument and Visitor Center, Harley-Davidson Museum, The Heard Museum, The International Center of Photography, The Library of Congress, Kaiser Permanente (Disneyland), National Museum of the American Indian, National Museum of the Marine Corps and Heritage Center, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Pfizer Learning Center, Rose Center for Earth and Space, Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, Time Warner Building, and the Walt Disney Family Museum.
Theater projects Mark has worked on include: Bring in 'Da Noise/Bring in 'Da Funk, Gate of Heaven, Harlem Song, Minnelli on Minnelli, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Swinging on a Star, and Sinatra: His Voice. His World. His Way.
Recent corporate clients include Cincinnati Bell, Condé Nast, Dillard's, Disney, Hewlett Packard, Kohl's, Novo Nordisk, Pepsi, Radio Shack, Samsung, and Verizon.
Born in Michigan, he currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. Mark holds a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and a MFA from Tyler School of Art, Temple University.