Shutterstock Welcomes Expert Filmmakers Robb Crocker, Daniel Hurst, Luke Miller And David Baumber To Its Fast-growing Video Collection
NEW YORK, Sept. 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Shutterstock, Inc. (NYSE: SSTK), a leading global provider of commercial digital imagery, today announced the addition of thousands of high-quality videos from expert filmmakers Robb Crocker (Uberstock), Daniel Hurst (VIA Films), Luke Miller (Pathos Media) and David Baumber (Multifocus) to its fast-growing video library. The world-renowned filmmakers are offering their unique collections of royalty-free HD footage on Shutterstock for the first time.
“These are four of the most respected and experienced filmmakers in the industry,” said Ben Pfeifer, VP New Business. “They’ve achieved a tremendous level of success by creating exceptional content that helps enthusiasts, brands and other filmmakers tell compelling stories. We are excited to welcome these artists to our growing footage library and to support them in reaching new customers around the world.”
“We are thrilled to be joining Shutterstock at a time of exciting growth in stock video,” added Crocker, speaking on behalf of the new contributors. “We’ve been impressed with the growth and progress of Shutterstock, their industry-leading innovation, and the ease of working with them. We look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
With added clips from Crocker, Hurst, Miller and Baumber, Shutterstock users can search an even greater selection of stock videos featuring sports and fitness, business, lifestyle, healthcare, education, aerials, slow motion, animation and more.
In celebration of their arrival, Shutterstock has compiled a video reel featuring the filmmakers’ work.
Shutterstock works closely with its growing contributor community of photographers, videographers, illustrators and designers to curate a global marketplace for royalty-free imagery. Shutterstock adds tens of thousands of rights-cleared images and videos each week, and with more than 28 million images currently available, the company recently surpassed 300 million all time paid downloads.
SOURCE Shutterstock, Inc.