Chris Kantrowitz

Location Los Angeles

Founder of Gobbler

Musician Entrepreneur
0 Projects

Work History

Mar 2010 - Present
At Gobbler, we're revolutionizing the pro-audio software business. Our platform let's desktop software companies sell subscriptions to their software. We provide DRM, billing hosting and distribution capabilities. Think of us as Adobe Creative cloud for 3rd party software.
Senior Advisor
Oct 2018 - Present
Geneva Area, Switzerland
Frank the Plumber
Jan 2006 - Jan 2011
Frank the Plumber is leading concert design and production company creating content, digital and live experiences for such artists as Akon, The Strokes, Lady Antebellum, Stevie Wonder, Beyonce, Katy Perry and Madonna and brands like Ford, Apple and AOL. Specialty services include tour design, live production, motion graphics, creative direction and experiential design.
Jan 2006 - May 2007
K-Labs was a production company started by Jason Goldberg, Ashton Kutcher and Chris Kantrowitz as a division of Katalyst productions. We specialized int he development of short format video content targeted at the web. Our launch client was AOL and over the course of 1 year we developed and shot 100 comedy segments for release on AOL.
Vice President/Executive Producer
ODVD Games
Dec 2003 - Nov 2005
ODVD created the Shout! line of games which was distributed Parker Brothers a division of Hasbro. I was the executive producer on the title along with running the day to day operations of the company. The Shout! line of games was developed into 17 titles with total sales of over 2 Million units.
Co-Founder, CEO
3D Groove
Jun 1997 - Jun 2002
3D Groove developed a 3D gaming engine which ran on Macromedia's Shockwave platform. Our engine was a cross platform software renderer which made our produce portable and better able to produce high quality game experiences in a time when most computers had little to no build in 3D card technologies. 3D Groove was part of the launch of and our games and technology went on to be the leading titles of many gaming sites during its time. The 3D Groove technology is now being used to power Otoy.


University of Oregon
1992 - 1997
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
University of Oregon
1992 - 1997