Chris joined Rogue Amoeba in 2010 to handle technical support. Chris will assist you and other customers with questions about our software. Email support to get a fast, helpful reply from him.
Chris lives in Rochester, NY and in his free time he enjoys walks and bike rides with his wife and their golden retriever. Don't worry, the dog has his own trailer, so he doesn't have to pedal.
Windows & iOS Software Engineer
Lee joined Rogue Amoeba at the end of 2008, to assist you and other customers with questions about our software. In 2010, Lee moved to the role of Windows software engineer, leading development of Airfoil for Windows.
Lee is a former PhD student who writes software to help answer questions about the genetics of microorganisms. Naturally, the perfect job for him is working for a software company named after a microorganism.
Mac Software Engineer
After 1.5 decades of programming in the hinterlands, Grant was thrilled to join Rogue Amoeba, so he could work on top-notch audio software for you. Yes, you!
Grant is Australian, which means all of his code tends to run upside down. Despite his nickname of "surly", he's actually quite likable and will have a beer with anyone at least once.
Neale Van Fleet
Neale joined us at Rogue Amoeba in 2015 to help with all of our design needs. In short order, you'll see more and more of his stellar work on our site and in our apps.
Neale lives in snowy Montreal with his wife and son. When not drawing rectangles and other shapes on a screen, he reads, takes photos, and dabbles with physical design and art projects. Currently, his greatest claim to fame is that he once designed and built a robot that appeared on a robot combat show, back when that was a thing.
Mac Software Engineer
Ed joined Rogue Amoeba in 2011, after years of providing contract work on some very important code. He's one of the brains behind our backend audio capture technology, and has now also led development of Loopback.
Ed lives in the semi-wilds of Michigan, near Ann Arbor. He mitigates the isolation of remote work with a strict regimen of pessimistic optimism and crotchety old man behavior. No doubt time spent with his wife, two kids, and two dogs also helps.