VSCO Stock

vsco.coConsumer & LifestyleFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $91.34MM

VSCO is the developer of a community for expression designed to empower people everywhere to create, discover, and connect.

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Team

Management Team

Greg Lutze
Co-Founder, Chief Experience Officer & Board Member
Tesa Aragones
Chief Marketing Officer
Katy Shields
Vice President, People & Places
Bryan Mason
Chief Operating Officer
Emily Westerhold
Vice President, Finance & Operations
Jenna Walker
Advisor
Joel Flory
Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder, President & Board Member
Wayne Wu
Creative Director

Board Members

Greg Lutze
Ryan Sweeney
Accel
Joel Flory
Vasant Natarajan
Accel
James Joaquin
Obvious Ventures
David Glynn
Glynn Capital

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News

A report says Pinterest is in discussions to buy VSCO, a photography app popular with teens.
VSCO, the popular photo and video editing app, today announced it has acquired AI-powered video editing app Trash, as the company pushes further into the video market. The deal will see Trash’s technology integrated into the VSCO app in the months ahead, with the goal of making it easier for …
The photo-sharing app behind the 2019 meme craze “VSCO girls” has acquired Rylo, a video editing startup founded by the original developer of Instagram’s Hyperlapse. A spokesperson for VSCO, an eight-year-old subscription-based business on track to surpass 4 million paying users, declined to disclose