About Mark

Not only is Mark Moffatt one of the most experienced and respected producers to emerge from Australia, he is also an accomplished musician (guitar, pedal steel), engineer, and writer.

In 1980, he took a position as director of artist development/house producer with Rupert Murdoch’s Festival Records, at that time Australia's largest independent record label with 25% of the market. That year saw Mark's first nomination as "Best Producer" and the beginning of steady chart success through the eighties and nineties.

At the 1996 ARIA (Grammy equivalent) awards, seven of the fifteen awards went to artists produced by Mark. During his career in Australia he featured in reader and industry polls, including the Rolling Stone "Best Producer" and ARIA "Producer of the Year" categories and has more productions in the APRA Top 30 songs of all time than any other single producer.