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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.
HQNew York, NY, US
Employee Ratings4.5
Overall CultureC-

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)126(+5%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at PhotoShelter

Andrew Fingerman

Andrew Fingerman

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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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

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PhotoShelter Online and Social Media Presence

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PhotoShelter Company Culture

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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

The Photos of 9/11 – Twenty Years Later

Prior to the advent of social media and smartphones, and on the cusp of the shift to digital photography, the world witnessed September 11, 2001. Visually captured in a way that no single event had been documented before, 9/11 has been seared into our collective consciousness. Each year, the anniver…

Simu Liu – the Star of Marvel’s Shang-Chi – Was a Stock Photo Model

Simu Liu, the Chinese-Canadian actor who stars in Marvel’s latest blockbuster, revealed that he was once paid $100 to be a stock photo model. Since that single photo shoot in 2014, Liu says he has seen himself on ads hawking everything from software to YMCA memberships. His advice: Think twice befor…

5 Benefits of Photography Mentorship

Even though there are tons of us out there, being a photographer can, at times, be quite lonely.  In an industry where so many of us are in direct competition, it’s hard to step back and remember that we’re all in this together. We’re all working to share important stories and offer glimpses of powe…

WATCH: Why Luck is a State of Mind with Deanne Fitzmaurice

“I find that showing up and expecting that the universe will deliver, actually paves the way for it to do so. You need patience because often it takes time.” Deanne Fitzmaurice For Deanne Fitzmaurice, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, Think Tank Photo co-founder and Nikon Ambassador, luck is a st…

Should Photographers Abandon Instagram Now That It’s Not a “Photo App”?

In late June 2021, Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri declared that the service was no longer a photo sharing app, and that the team was focused on “Creators, Video, Shopping and Messaging.” While most of the world shrugged, some photographers expressed outrage at what seemed like a betrayal of the medium t…

Paralympics Workflow: How the Official Australian Team Photographer Is Getting the Shot

Ever wondered what it takes to photograph world-renowned athletes? Greg Smith, PhotoShelter member and the Official Australian Team Photographer for the Paralympics, is here to shed some light.  Before heading off to Tokyo for the Games, we caught up with Greg to find out more about his workflow, CO…
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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 126 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.