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Lifepages connects you thousands of unseen photos from life's most memorable moments.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Internet / Web Services
  • Location Washington, D.C., DC, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 4
  • Website

Company Summary

Lifepages was an online yearbook company when our customers began asking for a solution for all the photography that was going unused by them every single year. Realizing that the size and reach of this market opportunity was so large, we pivoted the model to an photo discovery network for unpublished photography. We partner with schools and photography companies to deliver their unpublished photography to the people it matters to the most.


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    Michael Patrick Riordan
    President / CEO

    Over 10 years of sales and business development experience, including the last 4 years in the high school and college media space. Michael is a veteran of two previous startups.

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    William Maness
    CTO / Lead Developer

    A 35 year veteran in the software and web development industry, Bill has worked for five different startups. Bill is a pythonesta, Django evangelist and Irish musician.

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    David Calabrese
    Product Manager

    A two time successful entrepreneur in high growth, venture backed companies in the digital brand and product space focused on web and mobile applications.

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    Rich Schumacher
    Co-Founder / Engineer

    An engineering guru with a penchant for large scale infrastructure projects. Rich brings 8+ years experience in the web development industry, including 4+ working for the recently acquired on the ads platform and as the manager of technical design and implementation of Digg's service oriented architecture.


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    Dilworth Paxson, LLP / Cooley, LLP
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    Stephen Rosa

Previous Investors

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    Frank Watson|Robert Abraham|Stephen Rosa
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    Kenneth Coffee
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    Rick Schlesinger