Stock photography giant Shutterstock, Inc. has appointed Jeff Weiser to the role of chief marketing officer.

Jeff WeiserWeiser arrives at the New York–based digital media company from fitness and exercise program developer Beachbody LLC, which he joined in 2010 as VP of strategic analysis and most recently served as senior VP of strategic analysis, database marketing and online acquisition. Prior to that, Weiser was a strategy and analytics VP at mobile game publisher Social Gaming Network, which was acquired in 2011 by MindJolt, the social game company led by MySpace co-founder Chris DeWolfe. Weiser was previously director of analytics at MySpace and a senior marketing analyst at Yahoo!

As CMO, Jeff will head global marketing operations at Shutterstock, and will lead a team responsible for building customer demand, identifying new revenue opportunities and increasing brand awareness.

Shutterstock also announced that it has appointed Matthew Jagoda to fill the position of chief people officer. Jagoda, a former human resources head of professional learning platform Gerson Lehrman Group, will be responsible for developing a global team in support of Shutterstock's vision and objectives.

Shutterstock, which was founded in 2003, maintains a library of more than 80 million licensed images. The company in February appointed Ogilvy tech alum Siobhan Aalders to the role of communications VP.