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Mark Holden is a film & television composer in Los Angeles. Hailing from Houston, he attended the High School for the Performing & Visual Arts and the Berklee College of Music in Boston. Founder of Musicomm, Inc., Holden composes themes and scores for television programming - having scored eight feature films in addition to three interactive features and four series. His company's clientele in music for advertising and corporate usage includes General Motors (Pontiac/Cadillac), NBC, Fox, The Los Angeles Times, The United Way, Continental Airlines, Uniglobe, Zales Jewelers, The LA Dodgers Baseball Club, the Texas Rangers, Nestles Drumsticks, and Compaq Computer Corporation. His work on games include “AMERICAN HERO” and Metal Gear “SNAKE EATER.” Mr. Holden has received numerous Addy and Telly awards for his music in addition to two Emmy nominations in regional categories. He received an Emmy award for his score to "Good Luck, Mr. Robinson," produced by WCVB-TV/Boston and J. Walter Thompson Syndication. Holden is a member of The American Federation of Musicians (AFM), has served as Seminar Chair for The Society of Composers & Lyricists (SCL) as well as Acting Secretary of the American Alliance of Composer Organizations (AACO) in Hollywood. Holden writes a performing rights column for Film Music Magazine and served as Team Coordinator for the 2011 Film & Television Composer Census. As SCL Seminar Chair, Holden produced events featuring composers Fred Steiner, Elmer Bernstein, Danny Elfman, and Jerry Goldsmith.
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