Meet the team at Kogeto

Kogeto is transforming the way people capture and share video on the web by creating cameras that see the world around them and a web platform to let people share these experiences.

Kogeto invented consumer panoramic capture with Lucy, the world's most advanced panoramic video camera, and put immersive media in your pocket with Dot, the world's smallest panoramic video lens for the iPhone 5/4/4S.

  • Jeff Glasse, Founder & CEO

    Named one of New York Observer's Top 12 to watch in 2012, Jeff Glasse has been innovating in the fields of digital media and video production for over twenty years. Prior to founding Kogeto, Jeff spent a decade in senior management at Teachscape, where he ran interactive and video production, supervised the development of many of the company's more advanced web technologies, and created the panoramic video capture solution used for the Measures of Effective Teaching Project. Jeff has produced video and interactive programs for such diverse entities as the United Nations, the National Civil Rights Museum, ESPN, and The Carter Center. He was the founder of DIGIT New Media, an award-winning documentary and interactive production company, and was a chief architect of Cubist Post and Effects, one of the most successful post-production facilities in Philadelphia. Jeff is a graduate of Princeton University.

  • David Sosnow, Co-Founder

    Before joining Kogeto, David worked as a senior producer with Teachscape on the Measures of Effective Teaching Project, where he also helped design the panoramic video capture system and supervised hardware logistics and manufacturing for the study. Previously, David has freelanced as a producer and cinematographer on a variety of international network, commercial, and indie documentary productions for a variety of clients including VH1, ESPN, Pitchfork.tv, Microsoft, Joan Micklin Silver, and Oscar-winning director Barbara Kopple.

  • Steven M. Adler, CFO

    Steven has experience working in early and growth stage companies, both private and venture backed, such as Portaga, RevMax International, Reem Acra, Knock Knock and Pinnacle Taxx Advisor. He has raised $500K-$10 million in equity, venture debt and credit facilities in addition to selling divisions or companies with revenues of up to $30 million. In 2008, he was named CFO of the Year by Edison Venture Fund. A member of the New York City ARC Angel Fund, Steven founded a high technology software provider after working for five years at Arthur Andersen & Co. He holds a B.S. in Accounting from the Wharton Business School and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Josh Hartung, Head of Product Design

    In his time with Kogeto, Josh has been the lead designer and engineer of all of Kogeto's core hardware products. From initial design to mass production, Josh is proud to lead an integrated and effective team that consistently delivers beautiful products that work very well.

  • Nick Lynn, Brand Director

    Nick's award-winning design talent and expertise in branding and marketing has helped shape highly effective campaigns for companies such as Samsung, American Express, and Disney. The depth of his experience across industries and media forms makes him an invaluable addition to the Kogeto team. Nick is a native of New York and a graduate of Parsons School of Design. In addition to a passion for design, Nick is an avid surfer.

  • Sophie Ziner, Operations Director

    Sophie spent much of the last decade organizing arts and humanitarian events in her native Canada. She brings her experience as a producer and editor to her role as Operations Director. Sophie continues to work on documentary projects in her spare time.

  • Tony Verrioli, Head of Production

    Tony joined Kogeto in November 2011, and currently manages the production of the company's core hardware products. He has 10+ years of experience in product design, development, and manufacturing, and has collaborated with customers such as Apple, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Nokia, and Dell to provide them with innovative solutions for their products. Tony earned a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Rochester and an MBA from the University of Rochester's Simon School of Business. He is also a drummer and plays in a band that is currently rocking out in and around his hometown of Rochester NY, where he currently resides.

  • Gina Rizzuto, Manager of Corporate Affairs

    Before joining Kogeto, Gina was helping to market and shape highly effective campaigns and initiatives for companies such as Warner Bros. Pictures, Mail.com Media Corporation, and the TheInfoPro. While obtaining her law degree, Gina has founded and led her school's Disability Law Society while assisting attorneys in the representation of indigent clients in the Mental Disability Law Clinic. In addition to her marketing past and passion for law, Gina is an avid movie goer and amateur foodie.

  • Chelsey Harness, Operations Assistant

    Chelsey Harness began working at Kogeto shortly after moving to New York City in 2011. Before that, she spent two years in Tokyo teaching English and frequenting Karaoke bars. Her undergraduate work at the University of Texas at Austin was comprised of Anthropology, Linguistics and European Studies, but she's quick to admit that nail art is her primary passion. She is plotting the acquisition of a pet Pug who she will bring to work everyday to keep her (and George) company. She brings many varied skills (and a robust love for coffee) to her role as Operations Assistant at Kogeto.

  • Adam Christie, Front-end Developer

    Adam has years of experience designing and building websites. He has worked for small shops and big corporations where his passion for clean code and design have been instrumental. He is generally on the internet, but has been known to go outside from time to time.

  • George, Kogeto Mascot

    Ferocious defender of the Kogeto offices, George has been with the company since its inception. Fifty percent Brussels Griffon, fifty percent Poodle, and one hundred percent paranoid, George has been known to terrorize even the most gentle of deliverymen. He could take upwards of a week to warm up to you, but once he does, you'll be hard pressed to find a more loyal companion. Known for his ability to boost company morale, he can be found standing vigil next to your desk while you're out to lunch or gleefully agreeing to work overtime. George loves the smell of deli sandwiches and fresh falafel.