It’s an incredible time to be working in live video and at Maestro, we are building a new category of live content for businesses that live stream. Over the last century most companies have become media companies, producing content -- especially video content -- more and more. We believe that in this next century most companies will become enterprise live streamers as live increases in importance and as it becomes intertwined into on-demand video strategies. Along with this trend, there is a new class of live streamers emerging; it’s not the traditional media broadcaster like CBS or NBC, and it’s also not an individual Twitch, Periscope, or YouTube star. These new enterprise live streamers — game publishers, esports leagues and teams, music festivals, conferences, and retailers — are forging new live content strategies.
At Maestro, our mission is to help this new class of enterprise live streamers engage their audiences and gather data insights like never before. We teach our clients how to maestro and orchestrate engagement strategies that resonate with their audiences. These experiences delight fans while also capturing robust analytics and information. Maestro captures granular user-level behaviors empowering businesses to strategically analyze how they can increase fan retention and monetization opportunities. With our platform, clients simply understand their audiences better. Our clients have discovered that there’s no better pursuit than establishing an authentic two-way dialogue between their brand and their fans.
Senior Software Engineer
CEO & Founder
The Maestro of Maestros himself is a 5 year old at heart who translates ideas from his vast imagination into well-designed products used by millions. He’s the guy you always figured would be an entrepreneur after managing to turn each of his passions into businesses since age 12. At night he prays he’ll wake up as the greatest anime/videogame character of all time with sweet hair like Cloud from Final Fantasy 7.
Some people have eyes on the backs of their heads. Well, Shahrod’s got a spare ear. He’s passionate about eating burritos and identifying birds, ideally at the same time. At work Shahrod works on quick fixes, front-end features, and internal tools.
Senior Software Developer
Jason is that guy that has "the usual" everywhere he goes. He has been enjoying watching his favorite show on saturday (One Piece) since 1999 and yes he is caught up. He enjoys a good book on actual paper and listening to podcasts in his free time. Jason's main job is to poke buttons while sitting in a chair all day and somehow get paid for it! Yay Programming!
Growing up, Andy always loved building things – from LEGO toys to Flash games to websites. He studied computer science at the University of Virginia (Wahoowa!) and has developed software for NASA and Google. Outside of work, Andy enjoys playing guitar, gaming, and listening to Taylor Swift. He does not enjoy mangoes, Ruby on Rails, or writing bios.
People have called him the Second Most Interesting Man, right after the Dos Equis guy. He considers himself more of a Renaissance Man, coder and pretzel aficionado.
Director of Client Operations
Tamara is the unicorn emoji in human form. She enjoys pizza and creating scrapbooks made of professional photos of Shahrod in front of plants. She is responsible for client facing things. She on-boards clients to maestro, helps them set up their channel and makes sure their events run as smoothly as Barry White riding through the milky way galaxy made of pure, delicious cheesecake. When she is not at work she can be found nowhere.
A natural born Maestro, Olivia is responsible for conducting all client activations. From channel creation to the final stream, Olivia ensures all clients remain in tune before, during and after their live events. When she puts down her Maestro baton Olivia enjoys traveling, exploring new restaurants and flexing her rap skills as MC Chubby Bunny.
On the daily, Chung pushes pixels, crafts interfaces, and wrangles images. In his free time, he likes slaying dragons, picking stuff up, producing music, and cooking. If you want to get to know him better, try tweeting obscure memes or propane jokes at him.
Kyle’s passionate about finding opportunities and growing business for startups in the tech industry. When he’s not smiling and dialing you can find him yelling "FORE!" on the golf course, rooting for his favorite sports teams (Go Seahawks!) and hoping for a resolution to the traffic nightmare in LA (or self-driving cars ... whichever comes first.)