Mark Bristol has moved back and forth between video games and feature films for nearly twenty years. He began his career as a Storyboard Artist and has worked on over sixty feature films including Mission: impossible VI, The Mummy, Legion, The Founder, Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, Maleficent, Edge of Tomorrow, Saving Mr. Banks, The Tree of Life, Narnia, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, The Thin Red Line, and Memento.

Bristol’s directorial debut feature film, The Monster Hunter premiered on Showtime and received praise for its “excellent performances” and “brilliantly conceived and executed images.” Ain't it Cool News called it “Hilarious.” and Quentin Tarantino declared it “Great!” The film stars David Carradine, Michael Bowen, Stephen Root and Bob Balaban.

Bristol's second feature film, Generation X, will go into production in 2017. 

Bristol continues to direct commercials and music videos while serving as writer and director on such diverse video game projects as Medal of Honor: Rising Sun, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Tony Scott’s Criminal, Alien Fear, Enemy Front and Battlefiled 1.  

Bristol recently served as the writer - director for Episode 3 "Night Terrors" of Rooster Teeth Productions new hit series DAY 5. 

Bristol has been invited numerous times to speak at the Austin Film Festival and SXSW on storyboarding, writing and directing for film and new media. He is a proud member of theArt Directors Guild, WGAW and he serves on the SXSW Film Festival Advisory Board.  Mark is proud member of the Art Director’s Guild, WGAw and serves on the advisory board for the SXSW film festival.