It Ain’t Fair Release, May 2019

Marker has been recording music to be released in 2019, and It Ain’t Fair will be the first single. He will be celebrating the release with a show at the Fremont Abbey on May 11. Tickets on-sale here.

Lineup announced for Seattle Acoustic Festival, May 2018

Marker is excited to be performing at the annual SAF, the largest, independent, musician-powered festival on the West Coast.


Music video release for A Woman I Know, February 2018

Recorded live at Fremont Abbey in Seattle with Jeremiah Moon on cello, Brent James Driscoll as director and videographer, and Brian Richard Sloss on sound. (5).jpg

Fremont Abbey, February 9th, 2018

Marker will be joining Jeffrey Martin and Taylor Kingman for a Friday night show at Fremont Abbey! Tickets on-sale here.

Featured on KBFG 107.3 'Locals with Louise', November 2017

This is Marker's first radio appearance since relocating to Seattle. Listen online or tune into 107.3 at 8am on Thursday, November 30th or 7pm on Friday, December 1st to hear songs off of Up Until Now. (2).jpg

Appearance on Talkin' About the Passion, April 2017

Featured on local Seattle podcast! Thomas and Marker chat about the various influences and experiences that have led Marker to where he is musically. Give it a listen here.

Marker now based in Seattle, Washington

After four years of musical growth in San Diego, coupled with brief stints in the San Francisco Bay Area, Marker establishes Seattle, Washington as his new home in January 2017.

Up Until Now released, June 2016

Up Until Now release party at The Loft in San Diego. Local legends Soda Pants open the night. Listen to the album on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, and more.


Best Song of the Month, December 2015

September Nights wins Redwood City West Coast Songwriters' Best Song of the Month!


Sun God Festival, May 2015

Performed at UCSD's annual Sun God Festival. Marker had the opportunity to share the stage with Snoop Dogg, OK Go, and Jhené Aiko.

Featured in the UCSD Guardian, April 2015

"Marker keeps things fairly simple, with little more than a guitar and light percussion. This barebones approach strips away unnecessary or otherwise distracting sonic barriers, helping him reach his goal of striking a chord with the listener. With a focus on engaging melodies and personal lyrics, Marker exhibits the potential, as he puts it, to allow 'music to make [an] important impact on people’s lives.'" (1).jpg

Sun God Battle of the Bands, April 2015

Second year in a row being selected by the student body to compete in UCSD's annual Battle of the Bands. The winner gets to perform at the Sun God Festival. In 2014, Marker placed second. In 2015, he won!

Best Song of the Month, December 2014

Waiting On The Porch wins Redwood City West Coast Songwriters' Best Song of the Month!