PhotoShelter

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PhotoShelter is a company providing a photography website that empowers photo sales and providing marketing and archiving tools for photographers. It helps individual photographers to showcase, archive, and sell their work.
TypePrivate
Founded2005
HQNew York, NY, US
Websitephotoshelter.com
Employee Ratings4.8
Overall CultureD+

Latest Updates

Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)104(+2%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at PhotoShelter

Andrew Fingerman

Andrew Fingerman

CEO
Jeffrey Arnold

Jeffrey Arnold

VP of Network Operations, Co-Founder
Allen Murabayashi

Allen Murabayashi

Chairman, Co-Founder
Thomas S. Chin

Thomas S. Chin

Chief Scientist, Co-Founder
Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis

Director of Sales and Business Development
Todd Owyoung

Todd Owyoung

Art Director
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PhotoShelter Office Locations

PhotoShelter has an office in New York
New York, NY, US (HQ)
111 Broadway 19th Floor
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PhotoShelter Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2005

PhotoShelter total Funding

$12.2 m

PhotoShelter latest funding size

$8 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

PhotoShelter investors

PhotoShelter's latest funding round in March 2019 was reported to be $8 m. In total, PhotoShelter has raised $12.2 m
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PhotoShelter Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

81/100

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PhotoShelter Online and Social Media Presence

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PhotoShelter Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    D+

    65/100

  • CEO Rating

    D

    63/100

  • Compensation

    C

    68/100

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PhotoShelter News and Updates

PhotoShelter raises $8 million to store and manage brand assets

PhotoShelter, a New York-based startup developing an asset management platform for marketers, has raised a fresh $8 million in financing.

PhotoShelter Blogs

Podcast: Brendan Smialowski Unwittingly Strikes Internet Gold with Bernie Memes

While covering the inauguration of President Joe Biden, AFP photographer Brendan Smialowski focused his camera onto Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for two quick frames. Somehow the totally unremarkable photo perfectly captured Bernie’s spirit and a thousand memes were born much to Smialowski’s chagr…

Podcast: Trump Gives Nick Ut the National Medal of the Arts and the Backlash Ensues

Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, Nick Ut of “Napalm Girl” fame, received the National Medal of the Arts from President Trump. While many celebrated the achievement, a number of people expressed dismay over Ut’s decision to accept it from the twice impeached President.  In this episode, Allen and…

Our Team’s Outlook on 2021

With a new year comes a new outlook on what’s in store for the months ahead. After the challenges of 2020, we’re all ready for a fresh start. We surveyed over 1000 photographers about how they plan to approach their creative and business endeavors in the new year. Photographers are getting creative …

2020 American Photography Open Winner Azim Khan Ronnie Is Taking Over Our Instagram

With more than 400 international photography awards under his belt, Azim Khan Ronnie is a rising star in the world of travel and documentary photography. It’s no wonder that his bold, colorful images have been published in over 200 different international newspapers and magazines including BBC, CNN,…

The Curious Society Wants to Print a New Photojournalism Magazine

A few weeks ago, veteran photojournalist Kenneth Jarecke announced the creation of The Curious Society, a membership-based, quarterly print publication for contemporary photojournalism. While some might reflexively balk at starting a printed magazine in the digital age, Jarecke believes there is a m…

Podcast: Photojournalists Capture the Capitol Under Siege

January 6, 2021, an infamous day in U.S. History when citizens overran the Capitol was also a day when photojournalists delivered incredible work under heavy duress. In this episode of Vision Slightly Blurred, Sarah and Allen review some of the exemplary work and discuss the outsized influence that …
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PhotoShelter Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was PhotoShelter founded?

    PhotoShelter was founded in 2005.

  • Who are PhotoShelter key executives?

    PhotoShelter's key executives are Andrew Fingerman, Jeffrey Arnold and Allen Murabayashi.

  • How many employees does PhotoShelter have?

    PhotoShelter has 104 employees.

  • Who are PhotoShelter competitors?

    Competitors of PhotoShelter include Boom, Let It Wave and Aircam.

  • Where is PhotoShelter headquarters?

    PhotoShelter headquarters is located at 111 Broadway 19th Floor, New York.

  • Where are PhotoShelter offices?

    PhotoShelter has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does PhotoShelter have?

    PhotoShelter has 1 office.