Co-President, Sirk Productions
Marc is a graduate of New York University's Stern School of Business with majors in finance, marketing and economics.
He has worked at Republic National Bank in the Precious Metals Trading Department, handling over 300 million dollars in gold and silver transactions on a daily basis.
then moved to Brunswick Warburg, a division of SBC Warburg
, one of the largest banks in the world.
Working in Russian Equities, he
helped streamline the risky and inefficient operations of equities trading in the former communist state.
In 2001 Marc
produced an award winning IR special documentary for PBS called The Inside Reel: Digital Filmmaking.
recently produced the feature documentary Severe Clear.
In addition to producing film and television projects Marc
has also produced dozens of commercials and corporate videos for MySpace, GBX, Verizon
, Starter and more.
Marc's commercial work has garnered him 3 Telly Awards.
Marc is also an accomplished graphic designer and editor, his work has been seen in projects for AMC, InHD, MTV and more.
In 2007 Marc has tried his hand at directing some projects including a commercial spot for GemsTV and Schramm Sports' Ecuador vs.
Ireland Soccer match.
Marc is a member of the Fort Lee Film Commission.
The commission was created to preserve film made in Fort Lee and secure the towns historic role as the birthplace of the motion picture industry.
In 2006 Marc
and the Sirk
team restored the original Robin Hood (1912) for the Commission.
Marc recently worked with acclaimed artist Martha Ruiz-Perilla to design a monument in Bergondo, Spain (in the Province of A Coruña, Galicia).