BOULDER, USA // To quote a former boss: “Mark is the only CD in the country working on ESPN . . . who’s literally been on ESPN.”
Since the ‘90’s at agencies like CP+B and Arnold, and freelancing, Mark has created sports-related work for brands from ESPN, INFINITI and McDonald’s to the NCAA, Otterbox and Goose Island Beer Co. True team efforts that have been recognized by Cannes, Clios, The One Show, Communication Arts, Kelly Awards, NY Festivals, Ad Age Creativity, and more.
Mark is also the author of two acclaimed sports memoirs published by Simon & Schuster. Committed: Confessions of a Fantasy Football Junkie—of which Chuck Klosterman said, “Mark St. Amant quit his job and dropped out of life in order to concentrate on his fantasy football team. Obviously he is the smartest man on earth.”; and Just Kick It: Tales of an Underdog, Over-Age, Out-of-Place Semi-Pro Football Player—called “One of the best sports books of the year” in a coveted Booklist starred review.
He’s contributed to the New York Times Sports Sunday, the New York Times “5th Down” NFL blog, NBC Sports, Muse by CLIO, and others; and appeared on national sports TV and radio programs from NPR’s “Only a Game”, ESPN and ESPN Classic—where he regularly argued fantasy football with Meat Loaf . . . yes, that Meat Loaf—to ESPN Radio, Sirius XM and FOX Sports.
He lives in Boulder, CO—a tough place to be a New England Patriots fan—with his wife, two kids and two pets.