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Mark Griskey

Mark Griskey

Mark Griskey


Mark Griskey is an American composer, probably most well-known for his work for LucasArts Entertainment in games such as Jedi Starfighter and Knights of The Old Republic: The Sith Lords. Early career: Mark started his career in the early 1990s composing music for companies such as 20th Century Fox, Columbia Pictures, DreamWorks S.K.G., MGM Studios, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros., Disney, Universal Pictures, Touchstone, Lions Gate Films, Miramax Films, and New Line Cinema. Read more on Last.fm
Mark Griskey is an American composer, probably most well-known for his work for LucasArts Entertainment in games such as Jedi Starfighter and Knights of The Old Republic: The Sith Lords. Early career: Mark started his career in the early 1990s composing music for companies such as 20th Century Fox, Columbia Pictures, DreamWorks S.K.G., MGM Studios, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros., Disney, Universal Pictures, Touchstone, Lions Gate Films, Miramax Films, and New Line Cinema. Until in the mid 90s he stepped into the world of interactive media, composing for Atom Shockwave Corporation. LucasArts career In 2001 Mark Griskey started scoring video games for LucasArts Entertainment, games like Jedi Starfighter, Gladius and some tracks in "The Best of LucasArts Original Soundtrack" which was awarded as "Best Game Music Soundtrack Album of the Year". His final project in the LucasArts company was for the Knights of the Old Republic: the sith lords video game in 2005. After LucasArts and Recent Projects: In March 2005 he left LucasArts Entertainment to start his freelance career in a new game: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. Amongst his most recent projects are Marvel Ultimate Alliance and Rayman Raving Rabbids and is currently working on a new trailer music for X-Ray Dog and video game scores for Four Bars Intertainment. Mark Griskey's site: http://www.griskey.com/ Read more on Last.fm.

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