Was born in Sekondi, Ghana. He studied at Ghanatta College of Art and Design, Accra and subsequently moved to London, United Kingdom in 2017 where he lives and works. He has turned his life experiences into art.
As a budding artist, his contemporary fine art paintings encompass many different styles and genres. He prefers to weave strands of cubism, futurism and expressionism into his work. His creations interpret and portray socio-economic realities, political challenges and rich traditions. With inspiration from nature and keen observation of diverse cultural lifestyles spanning several human interactions. His works are figurative or abstract compositions with conversations on character, environment and identity. Mark's artworks are influenced by some great artist including Leonardo Da Vinc, Michelangelo, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, John Crome, Wiz Kudowor, Owusu Ankomah, Ablade Glover, George Frederick Watts and Voka.
Mark heads ARMSMAC - a creative company which employs art as a visual communication tool. The company prides itself in its ability to provide clients with unique works of art. ARMSMAC does this by transforming ordinary ideas into timeless and sophisticated visual works. ARMSMAC's major competitive edge subsists is its multifaceted capabilities, which makes it an emerging force in the industry.
2018: Completed a watercolour painting of Southwark Cathedral London was auctioned to support the work of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust (Sketch competition).
2017: Worked at the Office of the First Lady of Ghana as Head of I.T Support.
2016: Contracted to design illustrations for MCHSP E-Learning App in collaboration with USAUD and Ghana Health Service GHS (Jhiego’s Project).
2012: Worked at EPP Books Services Headquarters in Ghana as Head of Illustrations/ Graphic Design /Photography and Videography. He has designed illustrations for a number of books and texts that have been published via EPP Book Services and selected by the Ministry of Education in Ghana. Those published works are currently being used at various Senior High Schools in Ghana.