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The PCMech Team


Timo Mechler 
– Timo is the owner of PCMech.com.  He got his start in computer and technology at a young age while growing up in Germany.  After immigrating to the U.S., he built his first PC as a young teenager using the steps from PCMech’s popular Build Your Own PC Guide.  He is passionate about all aspects of technology and looks forward to growing and expanding PCMech in the years to come.

Brad Ward – Brad is the Editor-in-Chief of PCMech.com.  He is an avid tech enthusiast who has been working in consumer technology for the past five years. He enjoys a wide range of technology, whether it be Android, iOS, Windows or Mac!

Christian de Looper – Christian de Looper was born and raised in Canberra, Australia, and has been living in the U.S. since 2012. Christian has also been writing about tech since 2012, starting out writing about wearable tech and Android phones, and then expanding to all areas of consumer tech. When he’s not writing about the latest gadgets, Christian spends his time as a freelance music producer and recording engineer in L.A., and works across all genres of music.

Tyler Thompson– Tyler has a diverse background working with policy and technology in the government and healthcare industries. He has worked on higher education policy at the local, state, and federal levels, and worked with Senator Jerry Moran to promote entrepreneurship through the Startup Act legislation. In the technology sector, he has experience building web applications from the ground up using PHP, MySQL, and LDAP in Linux environments, and has served as an author, editor-in-chief, and consultant to PCMech.com. He currently works at Intouch Solutions in Overland Park, Kansas, where he helps pharmaceutical companies navigate the challenges of deploying digital products in a highly regulated industry, and is an adjunct instructor of informatics at Fort Hays State University. Tyler’s graduate studies at The George Washington University focused on emerging issues of cyber security as they relate to law enforcement, intelligence, and public policy. His current research interests include cyber conflict, computer network operations, and securing systems in the healthcare industry.