Markus Innocenti began his film career as a production designer in London before becoming one of the most respected music video directors of the 1980s.
His debut feature film, “Murder Story” was an Anglo-Dutch co-production shot in the Netherlands, starring Sir Christopher Lee.
He relocated to Los Angeles in the 1990s, developing projects at Maverick, the company set up by Warners for Madonna and Freddy De Mann. He sold several screenplays and directed the erotic thriller “Sweetheart Murders” in 1997.
A pioneer in digital post-production, he co-founded audio boutique The Mission in 2001. As part of the team for network reality show “Extreme Makeover:Home Edition” he designed sound elements and supervised final delivery.
His experience as a producer began in 1986 with multi-camera concert specials for the BBC. More recently, he has produced independent films in the US, including “The Divided” starring Jeremy London and Jess Pomeroy's "worldfullofnothing".