Ahmad Kiarostami is the co-founder and CEO of Fotomoto. He has worked in cinema and software industries for twenty years. After taking on leadership roles at Microsoft Middle-East, he founded three companies including the first multimedia and online production venue in Iran, where he published award-winning multimedia products in cinema and visual arts.
Ahmad has served on the board of San Francisco Cinematheque, the oldest organization in North America promoting experimental cinema and video. His music videos are among the most viewed Iranian music videos on YouTube. He has studied Math and Computer Science at Sharif University and Philosophy at UCLA. He is currently the CEO of Fotomoto, which he founded in 2008.
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