Marko S. Eronen
Visual Storyteller, Film Producer & Founder
- Brand Assets Design
- Content Production
- Animation & Motion Graphics
- Graphics- & Icon Design
- Photo & Image Editing
- Presentation Design
19+ Years in Media, Film & Television
- Film Producer
- Short- & Feature Film Production
- Documentary Film Production
- Motion Graphics Designer
- Graphics Designer
- Assistant Director
A decade of running MSE Studio
My Story So Far…
From the Desk of Marko
I knew from an early age what I want to do when I grow up. So at the age of 13 when I told people of my dream they were mostly sceptic and insinuated that “get a real job or occupation.” By choosing a different path than what society expects you I’ve made decisions that most in our society would warn against. These acts alone have required an inner determination and belief both of which has shaped many life decisions.
Instead of finishing high school, I dipped my toes in the pond of real-life stories at the age of 17, when I got to work with news production at a local TV-station in a small Norwegian city close to Oslo. The experience became a good foundation to build on. And I’m grateful for this experience, because I got the opportunity to work with great people that were much more knowledgeable than I’m. People I could learn from.
For almost two decades now I’ve been working with Storytelling in various forms and lengths, ranging from news production and documentary film to animation and producing a feature length indie film.
In 2010 I jumped in at the deep end when I became an entrepreneur and the founder of MSE Studio. It quickly became clear that the learning curve to run a business was steep. When faced with so many challenges and difficult situations on a daily basis you are forced to learn who you are as a person and what you stand for. For an introvert, the entrepreneurial life has been a challenge, but a very rewarding one.
Now I will take MSE Studio towards a new era, and perhaps you will be a part of that journey.
In the eye of the storm it might be difficult to see things clearly, so take a step back and see the reality for what it is – a valuable lesson in disguise.
Do the best with what you have.
Thanks for reading!
Marko S. Eronen