Mark Breeze


Mark E Breeze is the founder of Repeat Differ - an Emmy-nominated film and architecture design, research and production office - which explores the experiential potentials of architecture and film at the intersection of culture, ecology, and community.
Mark has practised architecture in Beijing, Boston, London and New York, working on mixed-use projects for Norman Foster, cultural projects for Colin St John Wilson and MJ Long, and residential projects for Annabelle Selldorf.  Mark's professional film experience includes working as a Producer, Architectural Consultant, and Field Director for the Discovery Channel and Dreamworks under Steven Spielberg.

Mark has taught design at the Architectural Association, Boston Architectural College, and Harvard University; he has lectured at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and American University; and he has been a juror on design reviews at a wide variety of international institutions - from Columbia University, the University of Michigan, Northeastern University, Parsons New School of Design, and The Pratt Institute, to The Bartlett and the Royal College of Art.
Mark graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Bachelor and Master of Arts with First Class Honours, and a Master of Philosophy with Distinction; he received his professional Master of Architecture from Harvard’s Design School as a Herchel Smith Scholar and a John F Kennedy Scholar.  He is an Accredited Professional Leader in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED AP), and holds a Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Design (GCSD). In 2012 Mark was nominated for an Emmy for his work as Producer of the international six part architectural documentary series Rising: Rebuilding Ground Zero.