Welcome to Imagely.
We're always on the look out for fun, rockstar-talented people to join the team.
If you're interested, feel free to reach out.
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Lead Happiness Engineer
Edward Caissie, aka Cais, is the support lead and service guru for our NextGEN Gallery and NextGEN Pro products. He is a WordPress junkie, blogger, designer, developer, and WordPress Theme Review Team admin; Guitar player; Photographer; and, Mischief manager.
Senior Software Engineer
Elia is a self-taught C++ focused multi-language mastermind. His owl-like nocturnal coding sessions sometimes end with interesting 3D graphic generation. Elia the only European on the Imagely team. His sharp wit keeps the team laughing during meetings.
Outreach & Philanthropy
Kate heads the Imagely Fund. Her diverse background blends journalism, video production, science, field research, and teaching. She spent a year in Indonesia working on water and sanitation issues; she was also part of a multidisciplinary research team to restore a critical wetland in post-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans. Kate is passionate about the power of photography to engage people around the world in issues that matter.
Creative IT Generalist
When Becky isn’t enjoying her passion for gardening and portrait painting, she’s ensuring that Imagely’s members are supported and well taken care of and heard. She loves to admire others creativity and learn more about their story. Becky lives in the beautiful state of Pennsylvania w/ her husband, small farm of animals & orchard of various fruit tree's and berries! She enjoys spending time with family and exploring the history and woods that surround her. Feel free to contact her anytime to share your ideas of what you’d like to see in the future of Imagely.
Michael is an accredited and established I.T. professional, based in Canada, with 10 years experience helping start-ups plan, design & implement their software and I.T. projects. He is passionate about technology & automating solutions, helps Imagely achieve new heights by integrating standards, processes, & tools to create an effective agile work environment. When not working, Mike enjoys the outdoors and is appreciates the wonders of the natural world.
Founder & CEO
Erick is the man behind-the-scenes at Imagely. The rest of the team refers to him as the band leader, but he doesn’t play any instruments. Erick is very passionate about photography, business and the web. That combination means he loves helping photographers succeed online. He is focused on ensuring Imagely gives back to the photography community through the Imagely Fund and other initiatives.
Besides taking care of behind the scenes finances, Alice is the organizer who keeps all the Imagely trains/projects running on track, championing the quality of customer and vendor satisfaction in all things non-technical. From login issues, payment queries, and assisting our affiliates – to working with our photographers, Alice works as the liason between our customers and staff, ensuring positive outcomes. When not at work, Alice enjoys reading, family times, and friends.
Senior Software Engineer
Benjamin is our most active developer on NextGEN and NextGEN Pro at Imagely. He is self taught and has been coding since youth, working with nearly every major language and PHP web framework. Benjamin’s super hero power is his immunity to motion sickness.
Community & Blog Wrangler
Scott is a blogger, photographer and educator. He considers himself an everyday photographer rather than narrowing his scope of photography style down to only portraits and landscape. Being an everyday photographer means he photographs whatever sparks his interest. Scott believes in sharing his knowledge any way possible and educating without fluff, in a straight to the point easy to understand style.
Chief Experience Officer
Drew is a Philly area site builder, problem solver, and soccer fanatic. At work, Drew is devoted to fixing and developing sites, furthering theme functionality, and shaping the user experience. Away from work, you can typically find him cooking, rocking out, or shouting at tiny soccer players on a giant screen – and sometimes, if you’re lucky, all three at once.