Mark’s background in theatre and multimedia performance has put Asha-Media at the forefront of the creative industries in the North of England.
Mark Graduated from the University of Brighton with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Theatre Arts in 2006 and since Graduating Mark has worked freelance as an AD for the BBC, ITV and SKY and for various independent feature film productions.
Ashmore's first short film ‘The Cell’ was shown on BBC2 in 2003, and his first play ‘Future Tales of a lost tribe’ was performed at the Tabard Theatre in London in 2007, in 2008 his 2nd short film gained national press attention for attracting over a million views on its web site, the film ‘Your State of Emergency’ was also shown as part of the 61st Festival du Cannes in France in May 2008, his 3rd Film Broken Britain is released this year on the film festival circuit, and is already gaining a following by a unique social network distribution model, several feature film projects are also in the pipeline.
Ashmore is well traveled, having lived and worked in America teaching video production and drama, lived in Spain for 2 summers, and has spent many months backpacking around south east Asia and Sri Lanka.
Mark say’s ‘media in the 21st century is not just about Print, TV, Film, Radio its not that simple, the internet has opened up the away the audience uses information, its now a two way lip service, every idea should work across every available media platform, and each media platform help another media platform to thrive, Asha media was set up to address distribution and creative problems faced with our own film and TV productions, and now we can share what we know with you.’