Mark Baechle

Mark Baechle is an Emmy winning composer based in New York. His impressive portfolio of work spans across various media including film, television, stage, and the concert hall.

Mark’s recent notable achievement is his composition for the indie drama Max Dagan, directed by Terre Weisman, which is slated for release in 2024.

Also appearing in 2024 are his scores for the short film Edge of Space (dir. by Jean de Meuron), the captivating documentary Clemente (dir. by David Altrogge) and the feature length drama Frieda’s Case (helmed by Academy Award nominated director Maria Brendle).

Aside from his work as composer, he is a sought-after orchestrator. Among his more than 50 credits are Madame Web, Across the Spider-Verse and Judas and the Black Messiah.

Mark Baechle’s exceptional talent has not gone unnoticed in the industry. He received two Emmy nominations, in 2021 and 2023, for Best Music Composition for his outstanding work on the KCET documentary series Tending Nature (winning the Award in 2021.)

With a diverse and accomplished body of work, including collaborations with esteemed artists and recognition from the Emmys, Mark continues to be a prominent figure in the world of film scoring, captivating audiences with his stirring and evocative soundscapes.