Marky Enriquez aka Proof is heralded as one of the West Coast's DJ elites, throwing game-changing events and spinning coast-to-coast with the hottest selections. As one of the original members of Massive Selector, a San Francisco-based collective of artists, DJs, and entrepreneurs, Marky produces acclaimed events such as Wonder-Full: A Tribute to the Wonders of Stevie, Soul Slam: Prince and Michael Jackson, and the bi-coastal event SFNY.
Heavily influenced by funk, soul, hip-hop, disco and house, Marky's sound caters to the discerned dance floor. His mixes, known for their global flavor and crossing genres seamlessly, have created quite a buzz with music lovers. Marky has booked and spun alongside internationally known artists such as ?uestlove, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Gilles Peterson, DJ Spinna, Bobbito Garcia, Rich Medina, Dwele, Dam-Funk, Prefuse 73, Flying Lotus and countless others. You can catch Marky at Sweater Funk, San Francisco's only party dedicated to boogie funk and modern soul on original wax at The Knockout every Sunday night.
Professionally, Marky has taken his love of the arts and passion for bringing community together, and turned it into his mission. As a Gallery Director, Marky helped make The Summit, a tech incubator, cafe and art space, one of SF's most exciting new venues to open in 2010. As Marketing Manager / Event Producer for CAAMFest (formerly San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival) he created buzz-worthy campaigns for the nation’s largest showcase for new Asian and Asian American films. As an Account Manager, Marky took his talents to Flavor Group, and worked on award winning marketing agency where he produced experiential programs for UNIQLO, Scion, Red Bull, Hotel Zetta, and more. Currently, Marky is Music Curator for Undiscovered SF, a creative night market designed to jump-start economic activity and public awareness of San Francisco’s newly minted SOMA Pilipinas Cultural Heritage District.
Photos by: Joshua Lee
Selected Client List
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
the Brooklyn Circus
California Academy of Sciences
Center for Asian American Media
Off The Grid
Oakland Museum of California
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
The North Face
University of California, San Francisco