SmugMug is a paid photo-sharing website and image hosting service, which allows users to upload both HD photos and videos to their SmugMug sites. Launched in 2002, the company offers a toolset which facilitates the selling of digital and print media for amateur and professional photographers. SmugMug was founded by father and son Chris and Don MacAskill. The company was started without any venture capital funding, and for a time was run out of the MacAskill family home. It gradually grew into a multi-million dollar business, due to its passion for Innovation and Quality. Here is an LA Times article about Smugmug history (http://www.latimes.com/la-fi-smugmug24dec24-story.html), and here are various TechCrunch articles about Smugmug innovations (http://techcrunch.com/tag/smugmug/). New Standards was recommended to Smugmug by another Silicon Valley startup, and we have implemented a variety of systems for them, including high-tech prototypes, Android tablet apps, and professional photographer tools.