Mark De Pace grew up in the Hudson River Valley.
Before he was a producer, he was: an Eagle Scout, captain of his high-school soccer team, a life guard, a snowboard instructor, and an art handler.
He attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where he began making movies. Early in his career, Mark worked on feature films such as "Half Nelson", "Choking Man", "The Interpreter", "Munich", and "Cropsey", but was restless among the ranks, and decided he needed to start producing. Teaming with young music video directors, Mark quickly established a resume of notable collaborations, and is happy to have worked with some of his favorite artists.
Mark enjoys sailing, snowboarding, soccer, lacrosse, and bocce. He lives in Brooklyn.