|Carnegie Mellon University, Bachelors of Science||2004|
|Carnegie Mellon University, Masters of Science||2004|
Born in Berkeley, CA Morgan started a web design firm in 1995 and built some of the first websites for real estate giants like Coldwell Banker. This work caused San Francisco-based software startup Xaos Tools to spot Morgan and bring him onboard while still in High School. Morgan helped the company launch Flashbox, a predecessor to Photoshop Elements and was featured in the San Francisco Examiner alongside Steve Jobs.
In 1999 Morgan moved to Pittsburgh and attended Carnegie Mellon University. After completing his Masters Degree in Computer Engineering Morgan joined digital music startup Sonos headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA.
Morgan spent nine years at Sonos initially helping to launch the brand in the United States. Two years later Morgan took the lead as International Sales Manager, launching Sonos in Asia and Latin America.
In 2007 Morgan founded Linton Investments, an Internet investment company that launched over 200 websites and helped startups and Fortune 500 companies acquire category-leading domain names. In 2012 Linton Investments negotiated 18 deals totaling over $2.5M in domain sales.
Morgan has spoken at conferences around the world about domain names, branding, and website conversion optimization.
In October of 2012 Morgan co-founded Fashion Metric, a brand discovery engine to help men find dress shirts that fit their body and match their style. Both Morgan and his wife left their jobs (PhD in Daina’s case) to focus on Fashion Metric full time after raising seed funding from Angel Investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.