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Mark Slater was born in Surrey, England. His father, Christopher, was a conductor and professor at the Royal College of Music. Slater began musical study with the violoncello at age 5 and won a scholarship to enter Christ Church Cathedral Choir, Oxford at age 7. He went from Oxford to Oakham School in Rutland also on a full music scholarship. ... See full bio »

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Saved by Grace Composer
Mars 1001 Composer
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 2020 Panchreston (Short)
 2020 Dodging Bullets (Documentary)
 2019 Simply Us
 2018 Saved by Grace (Short)
 2018 Mars 1001
 2015 Edge of Darkness (Short)
 2013 Swan Cake (Short)
 2013 Dinosaurs at Dusk (Documentary short)
 2012 Broken Wing (Short)
 2011 Solar System Odyssey (Short)
 2010 Storm (Short)
 2010 Universal Senses (Video)
 2010 Natural Selection: Darwin's Mystery of Mysteries (Short) (original music by)
 2009 Two Small Pieces of Glass (Short)
 2009 Hive Mind
 2009 400 Years of the Telescope (Documentary)
 2007 Flatland (Video)
 2006 Inside (Video short)
 2002 Lubbo's Wife Waits (Short)
 2002 Black Velvet (Short)
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Interactive Website for Philips, Seduction by Light, Tribal DDB

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Web Award for Best Music for the Philips Aurea, Seduction by Light interactive website, produced by Tribal DDB Worldwide, original music by Mark Slater. See more »

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