Mark A. Snyder


1998 - Present: Tympani Marketing — Relocating from South Florida to Atlanta, GA in 1998, I accepted the position of Director of New Media for an innovative marketing firm, specializing in data-driven marketing. I continue to serve in that capacity currently, and have done so remotely from my home in Charleston, SC since August 2000. Projects on which I have worked have ranged from CD-ROM CBT to web design/UE, widely varying print and multi-media projects. ​

1996 - 1998: National Council on Compensation Insurance — I accepted the position of Senior Art Director for NCCI where I spent two years working with my team to produce a wide variety of material for the Workers Compensation industry. Material ranged from printed brochures to multi-media presentations and orchestrating all aspects of A/V for NCCI's annual symposium, with an audience of around 800 insurance professionals. ​

1990 - 1995: First Marketing Corporation — I joined FMC as Director of Electronic Design. Eventually, I was promoted to Vice President managing a staff of 35. During my tenure, my responsibilities included coaching my entire creative staff to be proficient in the use of desktop publishing, and proving ROI of capital expenditures on new technologies and equipment. ​

1983 - 1990: International Voyager Publications — I joined IVP as a paste-up artist and eventually worked my way up to Art Director of the in-flight division. Thereafter I was promoted to Advertising Art Director for all of IVP's publications, and lastly served as Senior Art Director before moving to greener pastures. ​

1981: Graduate of the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale

Web Design

Whether designing a branching structure, wire framing a project, hanging out a simple shingle, building a multi-page site, or using a CMS (like Wix or SquareSpace), you're covered.  

Print Design

Skill sets in this area range from postcards and menus to billboards (print and digital), flyers, newsletters and just about everything in between. Be it in RGB or CMYK, you've come to the right place.


Though I'm no slouch with a video camera, I don't do broadcast — at least not at this time; however, for DVD or online, absolutely. Voiceover services are also available.

Thanks again for dropping by and if there's more you'd like to know or see, please don't hesitate to contact me.