Over his career, native south Floridian Marc Solomon has worked in studios & performed on stages all over the country. At the age of 12, Marc began playing guitar, mastering his craft with the help of an array of instructors. Upon High School graduation, Solomon joined Pivot Records as the Guitarist for Dominique Vouk. The group went on to sell over 10,000 CD's locally, leading to a partnership with the Jimi Hendrix Art Experience. The group also spent a great deal of time giving back to the community, performing for organizations such as Operation Smile and The American Cancer Society, to name a few. In 2009, they won the F.R.E.C. Award for "Best Emerging Band in South Florida." In 2009, Marc Solomon began his solo career with the release of his Self Titled EP. Two of the songs procured a licensing deal in both TV and Indie Film. Around this time, he became part of many collaborative projects, such as Alexander Star, Jay Smoove, John D. Thomas and his own band, "The Collaboration." Solomon has been a part of many groups, such as Azure Sky, Dominique Vouk, The Downbeat, and Rayko KRB. At the age of 22, Solomon studied Electronic Music Production at SAE in Miami, and then ventured to further his studies in Manhattan. Upon graduating, he landed a position with Phase One Records and Shelter Island Sound in New York City, where he quickly climbed the ladder to Sales Associate and Head Engineer. There, he had the opportunity to work with artists such as Shwayze, LMFAO, Paul Couture, FKI, Tahlia Coles, Alpac, JoJo Peleagrino, and Pablo Escobar Jr, to name a few. He was also the assistant engineer on sessions for Disney's "Cars 2" and worked with Steve Holley of Paul McCartney's band "Wings." California became a new venture in 2011, when Marc began engineering with Shwayze. This lead to works with artists such as Danny Way, Mod Sun, G-Easy, and others. Solomon went on to open Press Play Studios with music producer Warren Trinidad and film director Cornelius Wilson. This facility became a large success, as it doubled as an event hosting space and a recording studio. Shortly after, Solomon opened the doors of Hollywood Audio Lab. He is currently working with many corporations, indie bands, and directors; where he produces and engineers albums, EP's, singles, sound to picture audio, voiceovers, and a vast array of audio endeavors.