Mark Feist began expressing himself musically at the age of two when he started taking drum lessons and then later piano lessons at age of six. By the time he was 13, Feist was hired as a drummer/pianist to play on professional recording sessions for commercial jingles in his native Australia. During this time, he ventured into musical composition and record production.
When Feist turned 18, his family moved to the Philippines where he began his career as a professional producer/songwriter.He wrote and produced his first hit record at the age of 18 for the Filipino market. From then on and until he turned 24, Feist had already produced and written over 40 gold and platinum albums for artists all over Asia; primarily for the Japanese, Filipino and Malaysian markets.
In 2002 Mark formed "DNM WORLDWIDE", a production/writer-partnership, with multi-platinum songwriter/producer Damon Sharpe; whose works include the number 1 hit "Love Don't Cost A Thing" for Jennifer Lopez. Mark Feist and Damon Sharpe collectively have contributed to the sales of more than 60 million records worldwide in their careers.
In 2005 Mark Produced, Wrote and Arranged "Come Together Now", a charity single made to benefit the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake/Tsunami and Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The song was co-written by Sharon Stone, Damon Sharpe, Mark Feist, and Denise Rich and released on November 21, 2005.