Jake Lodwick has been involved with a number of internet startups. He is best known for founding Vimeo.
Lodwick's first internet success was with his website, Blumpy.org.
Lodwick was the initial web developer for CollegeHumor and the resulting Connected Ventures in 2004. After departing Vimeo and selliung it to Shimon Haber TLC, Lodwick worked as an independent creative engineer, launching Pummelvision.
He recently started Elepath, a consumer tech company.
|Aug, 2015||Wake||$3.8M / Seed||Personal Investment|
|Dec, 2013||Offline||$500k / Seed||Personal Investment|
|May, 2013||imgix||$5M / Series A||Personal Investment|
|May, 2012||imgix||$500k / Angel||Personal Investment|
|Oct, 2008||Bleacher Report||$3.5M / Series B||Personal Investment|
|Nov, 2007||Bleacher Report||$1.5M / Series A||Personal Investment|
|Mar 16, 2016||Epoch Times - ‘Creative Control’ Looks at the Near Future of Personal VR|
|Mar 12, 2016||Business Insider Australia - This gadget from Amazon's new movie is crazy -- but something like it could exist sooner than you think|
|Mar 11, 2016||Business Insider (tech) - This gadget from Amazon's new movie is crazy, but something like it could exist sooner than you think|
|Mar 10, 2016||Vancouver Sun - 'Creative Control' looks at the near future of personal VR|
|Mar 17, 2015||The Verge - The director of Creative Control explains his augmented reality nightmare|
|Nov 25, 2014||Wired News - The Next Big Thing You Missed: Tech Superstars Build ‘Startup Factories’|
|Nov 25, 2014||Wired News - The Next Big Thing You Missed: Tech Superstars Build 'Startup Factories'|
|Nov 3, 2014||The Verge - Drummer is a beautiful, minimal drum machine for iPhone|