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ZoomAlbum, Inc. is an American company that produces and sells an innovative photo album product called a ZoomAlbumâ„¢.

ZoomAlbums are small, portable photo albums with a professional look that customers can make at home. In just a few minutes, any user can create a handmade gift or keepsake using the familiar technologies found in most households today: a PC, digital camera, camera phone or scanner, and a color Inkjet printer.


This website is owned and operated by ZoomAlbum, Inc., a company formed to produce and market ZoomAlbum in specific markets around the world. The principals of ZoomAlbum have decades of experience in imaging, digital photography, technology development, marketing and consulting in the United States, Europe and Japan.


ZoomAlbums are sold directly to consumers via a shopping cart system on this website, and are sold through select retailers who offer ZoomAlbums in stores across the United States.


ZoomAlbum, Inc. is headquartered at:

218 Main Street #132

Kirkland, WA 98033

For further information, please E-mail us at: info@zoomalbum.com

Management

ZoomAlbum, Inc.'s management team has decades of experience in the successful development and marketing of a variety of technology-based products.


Doug Rowan, Chief Book Maker. Mr. Rowan has served as President and/or CEO of Image Solutions Corporation, Impli, Inc., Corbis Corporation and AXS Optical Technology Resources; all companies involved in digital photography and management of digital content. He has also held senior executive positions in operations, sales and marketing for AMPEX, MASSCOMP and IBM. He holds a BEE and an MBA from Cornell University.


Shogo Karitani, CTO. An engineering graduate of Japan's Kyoto University with 30 years of experience in space sciences, computer and optical media technologies, Mr. Karitani has designed system level programs for NASA, National Space Agency of Japan, NEC, and Panasonic, among others. He was responsible for setting up the first CD-ROM disc manufacturing facility in the United States in 1990. He was also the chairman of the Logical Interchange Subcommittee of the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA) in 1995.