TV & Film

Mark is comfortable in front of the camera as a presenter and behind it as a consultant. He has appeared on Richard and Judy dressing members of the public in various historic periods and has done the same for some other household names including Lucy Worsley in several of her documentaries.

As a consultant Mark has worked on numerous projects; advising on dress and deportment for the RSC stage-play of Wolf Hall, The Virgin Queen with Anne Marie Duff and The War that made America for PBS as well as countless documentaries featuring professional, historical re-enactments.

He has provided antique clothing and period accessories from his collection and advised as to their use for Lincoln with Daniel Day-Lewis, The Invisible Woman with Ralph Fiennes, The Great with Ellie Fanning and The Essex Serpent with Tom Hiddleston. In addition, he has provided clothing for a variety of Tourist Boards, Local Authorities and Museums.

Most recently he was commissioned by Scott Free Productions to work on Sir Ridley Scott’s latest blockbuster Napoleon with Joaquin Phoenix, working closely with the costume and props departments. He hired out and sold a number of outstanding pieces from his collection even ended up appearing in crowd scenes as a Supporting Artist!

Mark’s lifelong passion for history and expertise in men’s historical clothing has led to a deep understanding and appreciation of material culture and how dress correlates with the wider world.

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