Mike Sutin originally worked in stage theatre production in the 1960s/70s. Notably, he was stage manager for the UK productions of stage hits such as ''Hair'' and ''Jesus Christ Superstar'', and designed the psychedelic backdrops for many of Pink Floyd's concerts. In 1976, he wrote a stage musical with Rodney Wyatt called ''The Kristal of Kronos''. Unfortunately, it didn't make it to theatres despite featuring a 2 hour recorded soundtrack by Elaine Page and the cast of ''Hair''.
In the late 1980s, Sutin turned his creative energies to the production of games for 16-bit computers, primarily the Amiga and Atari ST. His first game production, THE KRISTAL, was an adaptation of his 1976 stage musical ''The Kristal of Kronos''. He was involved in one other game after that before disappearing from the games industry completely. More recently, he has worked as a freelance artist performing voice overs, presumably for film and radio, and continues to do so today according to the UKscreen website.