About Mark Melville
Mark Melville is a composer and sound designer for theatre and film and studied at Leeds Conservatoire. His music and sound design work has been presented across the UK and internationally and exhibited at the V&A Museum, Prague Quadrennial and British Design For Performance festival.
Recent projects include: Flight (Vox Motus/The Bridge Theatre/Barbican); The Metamorphosis (Vanishing Point/Tron/Emilia Romagna Teatro, Italy); Byker Audio Stories (Northern Stage); A Little Space (Gecko/Mind The Gap); The Panopticon (National Theatre of Scotland); Tools For Change (Theatre Uncut/Traverse); The Storm (M6 Theatre); The Greatest Play in the History of the World… (Tara Finney Productions/Royal Exchange/West End transfer/UK Tour); Guards at the Taj, The Children (Theatre by the Lake); Frankenstein, Wit, Birth! (Royal Exchange); Human Animals; Violence and Son; God Bless the Child (Royal Court); 1984 (Emilia Romagna Teatro); Yer Granny, Knives in Hens, Miracle Man, Empty, My Shrinking Life (National Theatre of Scotland); Tomorrow (Vanishing Point/Cena Contemporânea Festival, Brazil/Brighton Festival/Tramway); Dragon (Vox Motus/National Theatre of Scotland/Tianjin People’s Art Theatre, China); Where Do We Belong?, Where Do We Stand? (Northern Stage); Little Gift (M6 Theatre/AndyManley); Road (Leeds Playhouse); The Manchester Project (MonkeywoodTheatre/HOME); The Destroyed Room, Saturday Night, The Beggar’s Opera (Vanishing Point); Charlie Sonata (Royal Lyceum Theatre); Wonderland (Vanishing Point/Napoli Teatro Festival Italia/Tramway/Edinburgh International Festival).
Mark is also a member of the Association of Sound Designers.