Congratulations Tim – here’s to the next 50!

It’s always good to have something to celebrate and it is with a great deal of pride we wish one of the Care images team, Tim Brown, a very Happy 50th Birthday!

Tim is one of the most remarkable people I have had the pleasure of working with. A talented and experienced IT programmer, Tim was part of the team that built the original Daily Telegraph website in the 1990s and he programmed and has managed the Care Images site from the start, as well as having an input in direction and photography.

Tim is a person committed to social justice and human rights and he has put an enormous amount of work into Care Images to ensure that we continually strive to present a positive image of care. We constantly get positive feedback from clients and visitors to Care Images – the site’s ease of use and functionality is all down to Tim’s hard work. So on your 50th birthday Tim, put your feet up, raise a glass have a great day!

4 thoughts on “Congratulations Tim – here’s to the next 50!”

  1. Every good word people utter about Tim is undeniably true. Ever the cheery voice of reason, there is nothing he doesn’t have an effective solution for. Thanks Tim for all your hard work! We raise a glass to you on your 50th Birthday, enjoy!

  2. Hear, hear…

    I first met Tim when we worked together on the Electronic Telegraph in the mid-1990s where he continually reinvented the production systems for making the UK’s first online national newspaper a multi-award winning success.

    Tim stands head and shoulders above all the other programmers I have ever known. He has that unique ability to quickly grasp what it you want to achieve and then go beyond that and produce something which exceeds your wildest dreams – which he did yet again for me in a recent project.

    Tim – you are one of those absolutely significant people one meets in life, someone with a wide range of interests and talents, who always finds simple solutions to complex problems, a true internet pioneer, a programing genius and a good friend with a very big heart.

    Cheers old chap, have a great 50th birthday – then get back to work tomorrow on that thing I asked for…

  3. To say that Tim is an expert in his field is an understatement. Work of such quality is rare, and is topped only by his positive and encouraging attitude. Happy Birthday Tim, you’ve earned a coffee break!

    All the best in the future, here’s to the next 50 years!

    All the best,

  4. The big 50 event passed me by, but it is never too late for good news.
    And Tim certainly deserves it. Not only is his work of high quality, but his insghts are deep and his foresight accurate.
    I have had the pleasesure of workng with him and have my fingers crossed that he will be at the forefront of our new project – subject to EU approval – for the disabled people who use wheelchairs.

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