Mark Vernon (born 1973, UK) is a sound and radio artist whose practice is focused on live performance, installations and transmission works. Operating on the fringes of sound art, music and broadcasting, his works main concerns are with field recording, the manipulation of environmental sounds and the power of the disembodied voice.

His radiophonic creations range from documentaries and radio plays to experimental audio collage and soundscape pieces. He has produced programmes and features internationally for radio stations including Wave Farm, Kunstradio, RADIA, Resonance FM, CKUT, VPRO and BBC Radio 4. He has also been directly involved in the creation of several UK art radio stations including: Radiophrenia, Hairwaves, Radio Tuesday and Nowhere Island Radio.

Together with Monica Brown he runs Lights Out Listening Group, a monthly listening event focused on creative uses of sound and radio that takes place in complete darkness.

Mark’s solo and collaborative music projects have been published by Staalplaat, Ultra Eczema, Entr'acte, Staubgold and Gagarin Records as well as a series of small CD-R and LP editions on his own meagre resource imprint.

Releases on 3LEAVES:
Things That Were Missed In The Clamour For Calm (2015)