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Jul. 10, 2012 10:00 am

FotoBridge: South Jersey ecommerce shop has digitized more than 20 million photos

Five years ago, Julie Ann Morris and her husband, Ed O’Boyle, wanted to digitize decades worth of personal photos. They searched online for an easy way to do so but came up empty. So they created FotoBridge, an ecommerce company that scans your photos then sends them back to you. Fast forward to 2012 and […]

Five years ago, Julie Ann Morris and her husband, Ed O’Boyle, wanted to digitize decades worth of personal photos.

They searched online for an easy way to do so but came up empty. So they created FotoBridge, an ecommerce company that scans your photos then sends them back to you.

Fast forward to 2012 and the Camden County-based company has digitized more than 20 million photos for more than 15,000 people all over the country.

Morris, 42,  has a number of technology jobs under her belt.

In the late ’90s, she co-founded New York City-based startup ExamBuilder, a service that provides online testing, a company that is still running today. She also worked as a technology coordinator and specialist at a number of private schools in New York City and South Jersey. She is no longer connected to the company.

Morris and her husband, who previously worked in management consulting, live in Medford, N.J. with their 9-year-old son.

Updated 10:52 am 7/10/12 to add context about Morris’s current connection to ExamBuilder and her correct hometown.

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Juliana Reyes

Juliana Reyes began as lead reporter at Technically Philly in July 2012. Previously, she was a city services beat reporter for the Philadelphia Daily News, as part of a project called “It’s Our Money.” She is learning to drive, learning to bike (in the city) but is an expert at taking SEPTA. She grew up in North Jersey and Manila, Philippines but she left the tropics for Bryn Mawr College, where she majored in linguistics. She now lives in West Philly.

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