“For too long, technology has dominated creativity. Making video should be about talent, not technology. Who cares what expensive piece of equipment a company has? It should be about the people who work there.
Aframe gives anyone, anywhere, the ability to realise their creative vision by removing the limitations to their success, with a system that is unlimitedly powerful, but is very simple to use."
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Mark joined Aframe in mid 2011 as President of Aframe's North America operations.
Tim has long been involved in supporting the production community as a workflow and systems consultant, working for various post production houses including Unit Post Production and the BBC. As a trained sound engineer and online editor he understands the challenges creative companies face, and has a very clear idea of how we should be streamlining the industry.
Initially working for Aframe as a consultant, he left his previous position as Technical Manager at ERA London and joined as CTO in January 2010.
Mike spent several years doing the rounds in various London web agencies as a web standards and accessibility specialist, working for clients including Virgin, the BBC, the Greater London Assembly, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, BusinessLink and Red Bull.
In pursuit of a broader interest in how and why people use the web Mike settled into User Experience, helping to conceive and implement effective and usable interfaces for web applications.