Composition & Production





Mark Pinhasov a.k.a. marchissio is an Israeli record producer, Composer and co-founder of White Camel the Berlin based music company.

Mark has reached prominence for co-founding the The Avihu - Pinhasov Rhythm Club, Signed by Helicon records (Universal representer) in 2013 and currently one of Israel's best selling and in-demand live act. This led him to work with many of the country’s legendary Artists, numerous international collaborations like Afrikan Boy known for his work with multiple Grammy nominee U.K. rapper M.I.A. and reworking of world music classics like Ali Hassan Kuban for Piranha records.

Pinhasov wrote and produced the theme song of the successful Israeli TV series “Combat Medics” which was later re-directed by Ron Howard and released by CBS under the title “58 Whiskey”.
In April 2017 and August 2020, marchissio co-wrote and produced the most played songs on Israeli radio stations, according to “Media Forest”.

In 2018 he Produced the warm-up act for the British future funk band "Jamiroquai" at the Rishon Park stadium.

Among dozens of works that were used in TV, his music appears on the Sports Channel Champions League program and the satiric show “The star of Avihu”. In 2019 wrote and produced 4 of the songs for the Israeli reality contest “The next Star for the Eurovision”.

For past two years mentored Goethe institute - German ministry of culture program for international talent development 'Goethe Talent'.

In 2021 marchissio wrote the music for two 90 min Films (Fryderyks Erbe and Fangschuss) Directed by Emmy nominated director Anno Saul for the ARD mini series Masurikrimi. Same year he Composed the music for DER WELT N24 TV promo.

In 2018 together with the Italian illustrator Cosimo Mioreli created a live animation painting act titled “Jonah”.

In 2019 co-founded “Six Feet Palace”
with German actress Claudia Eisinger.