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Shutterstock, a global technology company, has created the largest and most vibrant two-sided marketplace for creative professionals to license content - including images, videos and music - as well as innovative tools that power the creative process.
The company has expanded its portfolio to include Bigstock, a value-oriented stock media agency PremiumBeat, a curated royalty-free music library; Rex Features, a premier source of editorial images for the world's media; and WebDAM, a cloud-based digital asset management platform for businesses, as well as creating Offset, a high-end image collection.
Founder, Chairman and CEO
Jon founded Shutterstock in 2003 with thousands of his own digital photographs. A serial entrepreneur, he recognized the need for licensable images at an affordable cost and created the first global subscription image marketplace. Since then, Shutterstock has grown into a portfolio of brands serving businesses, marketing agencies and media organizations around the world with all the creative and editorial assets needed. Jon holds an MS in Computer Science from Columbia and a BS in Computer Science and Mathematics from Stony Brook
Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer
Steven Berns is the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Shutterstock, where he helps drive the strategic vision of the company, while leading the company’s financial and legal functions. Steven has nearly 30 years’ experience in global financial management, acquisitions, and business operations, including as Chief Financial Officer at the Tribune Media Company, a television and digital media company, and Revlon, a worldwide cosmetic and beauty products company. Berns is a Certified Public Accountant and received a B.S. from Lehigh University and an MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York.
Chief Product Officer
As Shutterstock's first Chief Product Officer, Catherine is responsible for leading the Company's overall product strategy and innovation roadmap. Catherine has expertise in creating global subscription products that delight customers and are easy to use regardless of platform or device. Most recently, Catherine was the Chief Product Officer at Weight Watchers, where she oversaw product, user-interface and design, as well as content and consumer analytics teams. Ms. Ulrich graduated from Harvard College with a BA in Engineering Sciences.
Chief Information Officer
As Chief Information Officer, David oversees Shutterstock’s data, infrastructure, IT and security teams, while working collaboratively with the engineering team. David joined Shutterstock with over 25 years of technology experience focused on security and infrastructure. He previously worked at Tribune Media where he was SVP and CIO overseeing the split of the technology & application portfolio of the company into two separate stand-alone businesses. Prior to this, David was SVP and CIO at Revlon where he was responsible for globalizing the company’s infrastructure and deployed global standards and IT operations.
Chief Marketing Officer
Jeff Weiser joined Shutterstock as Chief Marketing Officer in June 2016. In this role, he is responsible for building global customer demand, identifying new revenue opportunities and increasing brand awareness. Jeff joined Shutterstock from Beachbody LLC (creators of P90X and Shakeology), where he oversaw Strategic Analysis, Database Marketing and Online Customer Acquisition, and was instrumental in driving annual revenue from $400 million to $1.2 billion over six years. Prior to Beachbody, Jeff held Strategy and Analytics roles at SGN (Social Gaming Network), MySpace and Yahoo! He received a B.A. in English from Yale University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
We're powering the creative community with one-of-a-kind content.
At Shutterstock we’re building sophisticated tools to help the world experience images and videos in a more beautiful way. We believe that the harmonious union of design and technology can influence global communication.
Shutterstock is made up of independent thinkers, technologists, and designers – working collaboratively to do compelling work, create cool stuff, and inspire each other.
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I have been working at Shutterstock full-time (More than a year)
What's not to love! You get to work at one of the coolest tech companies, whose employees are passionate about the customers, contributors and the product. There are so many reasons why I love this place. To name a few: the people are awesome, culture is amazing, fitness AND tuition reimbursement, FREE breakfast and lunch every day plus Seamless 'After Dark' for if you work late, better benefits than I've had at other companies (even for your pets!!), not to mention, you get a FREE Shutterstock account (I use mine every day!), weekly massages, the list goes on!
I really love that they take the initiative by finding creative ways to give back. For example, Shutterstock matches donations we make through 'Brightfunds' for charities across the board even disaster relief fundraising efforts for the 2017 hurricane victims, which meant a lot, because my family was affected!
Depending on your department, you can really make your role your own. Shutterstock is for doers. Roll up your sleeves and throw yourself in, you'll feel good about it and you will know that you matter here!
My favorite thing of all ...you work in the Empire State Building!!!
I've read a lot of reviews before writing my own, and here is what I have to say:
1. If you can complain about the lunch, everyone makes enough money to go out and by your own!
2. Feedback from Managers; It seems that this is something that the new HR Leadership is working hard to change, and they've implemented some new review & feedback tools. Even Peer to Peer recognition! I appreciate that.
3. No gripes, just thankful and happy to call Shutterstock my Work Home.
Advice to Management
Keep making career development and listening to employees the priorities. We love it!
I applied online. I interviewed at Shutterstock (New York, NY) in June 2017.
I applied online for the open AR Specialist role at Shutterstock in early June 2017.
Compared to past interviews I've recently experienced with a myriad of NYC-based firms , the recruitment process for this position was very seamless, simple and surprisingly fun. The entire process only took 3 weeks, from the application submission to the final decision.
I went through three rounds of interviews: the first round involved a quick phone screen with an HR representative; the second round involved a 30-minute phone interview with my future supervisor; and the third round involved an on-location interview with three members of the Accounting/Finance team at Shutterstock's immaculate headquarters in NYC's ESB.
Each interview at the headquarters lasted about 30 minutes; however, there were no "curve-ball" questions which was very reassuring. Furthermore, each interviewer was very personable, enthusiastic and knowledgeable.
On the following day after the third interview, I was immediately presented with a great offer that my previous company could not even come close to matching. Without hesitation, I accepted the offer and look forward to joining the Shutterstock team in two weeks!
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