Mark Paterson

Mark Paterson

Birthplace: Manchester, England

Mark Paterson is Lead Motion Designer and Transmedia Director at Floyd County Productions in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2015, he created the critically-acclaimed Archer Scavenger Hunt – a massive cooperative multi-platform experience that led fans on an elaborate trail of easter eggs, puzzles and unique off-channel content, leading to an ultimate goal. It spanned the breadth of the internet and an entire season of the hit FX show, Archer, and was honored with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement In Interactive Media – Multiplatform Storytelling.

Mark Paterson is Lead Motion Designer and Transmedia Director at Floyd County Productions in Atlanta, Georgia.

In 2015, he created the critically-acclaimed Archer Scavenger Hunt – a massive cooperative multi-platform experience that led fans on an elaborate trail of easter eggs, puzzles and unique off-channel content, leading to an ultimate goal. It spanned the breadth of the internet and an entire season of the hit FX show, Archer, and was honored with an Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement In Interactive Media – Multiplatform Storytelling.

Mark is also known for his motion design, animation and compositing work on Archer, Chozen and Squidbillies.

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Awards & Nominations

3 Nominations | 2 Emmys
Outstanding Sound Mixing For A Comedy Or Drama Series (One Hour) - 2020
  • Nominee
  • Mark Paterson, Re-Recording Mixer
  • Stranger Things
  • "Chapter Eight: The Battle of Starcourt"
  • Netflix
  • Netflix
Bryan Fordney, Mark Paterson and Tim Farrell at the 2016 Creative Arts Ball.
Mark Paterson and Tim Farrell backstage at the 2015 Creative Arts Emmys.
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Bryan Fordney, Mark Paterson and Tim Farrell at the 2016 Creative Arts Ball.
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Bryan Fordney, Mark Paterson and Tim Farrell at the 2016 Creative Arts Ball.

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Mark Paterson and Tim Farrell backstage at the 2015 Creative Arts Emmys.
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Mark Paterson and Tim Farrell backstage at the 2015 Creative Arts Emmys.

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