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London - 1984 - Weltschaft, Dance Captain

London - 1985 - Flat-Top

London - 1988 - Skate Coach

London - 1989 - Production Supervisor and Skate Coach

London - 1992 - Dustin

1984 Biography Edit

Mark Davis (Weltschaft) trained at Arts Educational School, London on the musical theatre course. Since leaving Arts in 1981, he as appeared with Dougie Squires' Second Generation in England and on The James Last Show in Germany. He has also worked for Brian Rogers in The Cannon And Ball Show in Coventry and on LWT, Mark has appeared on Whoops Apocalypse and danced for Kenny Warwick on Miss World. His introduction to the West End was in The Pirates Of Penzance and while working on Pirates, Mark was involves with the Starlight Express workshop and worked closely with the creative team. Mark's first appearance on roller skates was on television in the Drifter Chocolate Bar commercial.

M.A.D. Photography Edit

Mark Davis (The Gaffer)  Photographer

Originally from Enfield, Mark is a Londoner born and bred, with a passion for photography. Prior to founding M.A.D Mark’s original artistic background was in Musical Theatre. He worked as a performer in the West End in musicals such as Starlight Express, Pirates of Penzance and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. He has always enjoyed taking photographs and when he decided to hang up his roller skates he became an actors photographer.

After showing some of his shots to a London theatrical agent back in the mid 90’s, interest grew rapidly and M.A.D was born. Mark’s technical expertise and second sense for capturing natural expression has resulted in MAD becoming London’s foremost portrait photographer. On his days off Mark enjoys a round of golf and a glass of wine preferably in Spain!!!

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