In 1993, Mark Kneece, along with Bob Pendarvis and artist Bo Hampton, co-founded the sequential art department at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), one of the few schools offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees in sequential art.
As a professor at SCAD, he instructs students in script writing for comics. He also assists the students in the creation of projects such as illustrated anthologies to showcase their work. One such project is the Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone line of graphic novels being published in copperation with Walker Books. In the graphic novels, Mark works to adapt the stories originally written by Twilight Zone creator, Rod Serling.
Before taking the job as an instructor at the college, Kneece gained experience in the subject by working as a writer in the comics industry. He began his career in comics in 1987 with a story featured in the Pacific Comics' title Alien World and went on to write numerous comic series, including Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight.