Videopixie: now you know a video professional, or two..

Everyone wants to have great video on their website, but hiring an old-school video agency gets really expensive. Videopixie is a marketplace where you can hire the world’s best video professionals at a range of price points, to fit any budget.

Retailers use Videopixie to make weekly product videos. Game companies use Videopixie to make trailers, using in-game footage, to air on national TV. Newly-weds use Videopixie to edit their five hours of ‘big-day’ footage into a five minute keepsake for life.

Videopixie was founded in 2012 by Tom Saffell and Thomas Escourrou, and is based in San Francisco.

Tom

Tom Saffell, CEO loves to hack on all things video and graphical. Tom has built multiple video players and editors, including Flip Video’s.

Tom started programming age 8, the first time he set eyes on a BigTrak. He finally packed up his Lego when he got his first computer - a Commodore 16 - age 10.

He has a Masters in Electronic Engineering from University of Cambridge, UK.

Thomas

Thomas Escourrou, COO loves connecting users and artists, and making software that fosters creativity.

Thomas started coding on the Atari ST (thanks Dad), and made his first short movies back when After Effects 3.0 and the Sony VX1000 were cutting edge.

He has a Masters in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University and a Masters in Engineering from Ecole Polytechnique, France.

Thomas

Libby Cooper, Creative Director is a visual storyteller. She loves all things design and has a not-so-secret passion for icons.

When Libby was 5, she wrote to her future self that she was going to grow up to be an artist.

In her spare time, Libby daydreams about interior architecture and designer dog breeds. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Design from University of California, Davis.

Thomas

Alan Calabrese, Growth Engineer is a data nerd who loves exploring data to find new and insightful trends.

Alan first became interested in programming by making simple video games on the family home computer.

He enjoys watching Pittsburgh sports, hiking, and dogs. He graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Computer Science.