Los Angeles based, Mark Feist is a multi-platinum producer/songwriter. His songs have contributed to the sale of more than 30 million records worldwide. He has written and produced hits for such artists as Kelly Rowland, Céline Dion, Mya, John Legend, Kimberley Locke, Jennifer Holiday, The Spice Girls, Shanice Wilson, OutKast, George Clinton, Brian McKnight, Natalie Cole, Aaron Carter, and many more. In 2001, Mark produced and arranged the Destiny's Child Number 1 "Emotion" - a song featured on their album Survivor.

In 2005 Mark produced, wrote and arranged "Come Together Now", a charity single made to benefit the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake/Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Co-written by Sharon Stone, Damon Sharpe and Denise Rich, the single was released in November, 2005 and featured Céline Dion, The Game, JoJo, Jesse McCartney, Nick Carter, John Legend, Joss Stone, Mya, Gavin DeGraw, Chingy, Wyclef Jean, Patti Labelle, and several more.

Born and raised in Australia, Mark moved to The Philippines at age 18 where he began his career as a professional producer/songwriter. From age 18-24 Mark produced and wrote on over 40 gold and platinum albums for artists all over Asia, primarily for the Japanese, Filipino and Malaysian markets. In 1994, Mark permanently relocated to Los Angeles where he now operates his own full-service studio and production facility.