Dr Mark Heath (centre) is a telecoms specialist, web developer, photographer, videographer and author, and works with commercial, voluntary and not-for-profit organisations to develop all aspects of their online presence.
For more information about his video services and examples, visit the Videos page. In 2019, Mark will be helping talented musicians enhance their exposure by producing videos for them.
To view examples of Mark's photographs, visit the Galleries page.
Mark has partnered with team building company Creative Team Events to develop its online presence and to attract business from across the globe.
Mark supports Spotlight Productions, a not-for-profit organisation committed to producing outstanding musical theatre for young people in Cambridgeshire. He is the official photographer and has created the website for the group, developing its online costume and scenery hiring business.
Mark set up the Increase Broadband Speed website to help people improve their broadband speeds, which has been visited by over three million people. He co-founded consultancy Unwired Insight and has written over 40 published reports on all aspects of telecommunications. He recently received a volunteering award from the UK Prime Minister.
Rebecca Heath (left) tries to do as much photography as she can in between studying and an internship at the Government Economic Service. She is currently reading Economics at King's College, Cambridge.
Rebecca takes photographs of university events, and is official photographer for the forthcoming Selwyn College May Ball. For her photos, visit Rebecca Heath Photography. Rebecca also writes for several student newspapers.
Bethany Heath (right) enjoys photography, and has taken photographs at Spotlight Productions for five years. She is currently studying Mathematics at Durham University and has recently been awarded a Laidlaw Scholarship. She volunteers at a local Durham school to help Further Maths A-Level students and, during her summer breaks, she undertakes research on dementia at the University. She also remotely tutors orphans in Africa who are working towards maths degrees. For her photos, please visit her Flickr site.