The newly hired lineup includes Phil Mitchell, a former photographer and architecture student at Liverpool John Moores, who has joined as their newly appointed 3D Capture Technical Lead.

For over 7 years Phil was a Senior Scanning Technician, responsible for developing the in-house studio for Sofology, one of the largest sofa and furniture retailers in the UK. Phil will bring his unique approach to 3D capture to the team by applying his prior knowledge within a specialized understanding of photography, 3D visualization, photogrammetry, 3D laser capture and metrology grade scanning. He will help improve efficiency and keep CCW at the forefront of the industry.

“I am really excited to be joining CCW in the next phase of growth. There is a lot of talent in the team and I can’t wait to see how we can make things faster, more efficient, and further improve the quality.” In terms of my personal growth, there seems to be room for me to grow and I already feel like a valuable member of the team.”

Another new addition to CCW’s tech department is Sam Slater who joins CCW’s impressive tech roster as their Unreal Engine developer. With background in VR software development, expertise in Unity and Unreal Engine. He brings with him nearly a decade of experience in coding and programming (cloud, front-end, full-stack and hardware). Sam will now bring a wealth of experience to CCW’s technical team to help them build more amazing products over the next 12 months.

“I’m really excited to join a great company that’s ready for great things. From day one, I can tell there are ambitious plans here and I’m excited to be a part of that journey. I’m part of the community.” I look forward to being a part of and playing a more diverse role – one that is not limited to a specific technical area.”

Vlad Mülheim, Director of Technology and Innovation at CCW, said: “We are incredibly excited to welcome these new starters to the technical team here at CCW. We love working with new creative and technical talent to truly make CCW We aim to achieve Net Zero status and the Department of Technology and Innovation is an important part of that initiative.

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