Membership & Education
MARK SUOZZO composes music for feature films and documentaries. He’s worked with some of America’s finest independent filmmakers over the years—with Whit Stillman on Metropolitan (Oscar Nomination), Barcelona, Last Days of Disco, Damsels in Distress, The Cosmopolitans and the art house favorite Love & Friendship; Shari Springer-Berman and Bob Pulcini on American Splendor (Oscar Nomination) and The Nanny Diaries; and Mary Harron on The Notorious Bettie Page.
His scores have been featured in documentaries for HBO, American Experience, POV and Independent Lens, including the series How Democracy Works Now and Oscar nominees Sound and Fury and Why Can’t We Be a Family Again, and Thank You and Goodnight and Well-Founded Fear.
As an arranger he’s recorded with Creed (Billboard #1 “With Arms Wide Open”), Aretha Franklin and Britney Spears.
Mark teaches music composition at NYU/Steinhardt, where he is on the Screen Scoring faculty.