CEO/Founder, KOMOTION, Inc.
Razvan Neagu founded KOMOTION in 1997, a successful multimedia company that provides visual solutions software products, design services and marketing consulting.
Prior to KOMOTION, Mr. Neagu was program manager for Microsoft’s Interactive Media Group, responsible for development of Microsoft’s Internet/MSN content including computer graphics, digital characters and motion capture. He joined Microsoft in 1993 as a program manager for their Advanced Technology Research Division, responsible for user interface design and functionality for Microsoft’s rich media authoring tools.
From 1992 to 1993, Mr. Neagu was visualization supervisor for Douglas Trumbull’s award-winning film special effects company where he managed a team of artists for immersive cinematic “ridefilm” projects.
Mr. Neagu conducted advanced media research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s renowned Media Lab. He earned a master’s degree from MIT in 1993.
Principal, KOMOTION, Inc.
Kelly Ford has more than 15 years’ experience in global marketing communications, public relations and investor relations. Currently a principal of KOMOTION, she oversees copywriting, marketing collateral development, tradeshow planning, internet marketing, public relations and advertising for KOMOTION clients.
Prior to KOMOTION, Ms. Ford was responsible for communications programs for SonoSite, Inc., a medical device company. She played a key role in the successful launch of SonoSite’s first two products.
Ms. Ford also held communications positions for Sonus Pharmaceuticals, responsible for corporate communications and investor relations, and was an associate manager of international marketing communications for ATL Ultrasound.
Ms. Ford began her career with Blue Cross of Washington and Alaska where she held positions in marketing communications and public affairs.
A 1988 honors graduate in communications from the University of Montana, Missoula, Ms. Ford also received a certificate in international business from the University of Washington in 1997.