Mark started out writing video games in the 8-bit days but soon realised that this was not as exciting as playing them. So after a 4 year break from programming, spent working in the Civil Service, Mark moved back to software development, designing and programming fruit machines.
After 12 years the company relocated to Wolverhampton and Mark had to part ways. At this time he considered moving back to the video game industry but couldn’t face the prospect of working on the same project for two to three years at a time.
Instead, Mark decided to move into mobile app development and found employment with MagazineCloner and now leads Jellyfish Connect's electronic magazine readers and apps.