Hummviewer, a hummingbird feeder mask, was started by John and Joan Creed in 2017. As of March 2024, Hummviewer’s net worth is $1.2 million and they’re pulling in a whopping $350K in annual revenue. 

In December 2022, they appeared on Season 14 of Shark Tank USA and made a deal with  Daniel Lubetzky, $75,000 for 35% equity. The final valuation was $214K, down from the founder’s initial estimate of $750K.

The company is still in business. You can purchase products on e-commerce channels such as their website and Amazon.

Hummviewer Net Worth

Net worth$1.2 million (2024)
Annual Sales Revenue$350K (2023)
Lifetime sales$1 million
InvestorDaniel Lubetzky
FoundersJohn and Joan Creed
Employees1-10 employees

Hummviewer Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2024$1.2 millon
Net Worth 2023$300K
Net Worth 2022$100K
Net worth valuation 2022 after appearing on Shark Tank  $214K
Net worth valuation 2022 before appearing on Shark Tank  $750K

Hummviewer Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameHummviewer
ProductWearable Hummingbird Feeder
EpisodeSeason 14 Episode 08
Founders John and Joan Creed
Asked for$75,000 for 10% equity
Final deal$75,000 for 35% equity
Shark Daniel Lubetzky
LocationLoveland, Colorado, United States

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Hummviewer Founders

Hummviewer was founded by John and Joan Creed in 2017. Joan and John Creed are husband and wife and were inspired by John’s childhood fascination with hummingbirds in Westcliff, Colorado. John’s passion led to the creation of HummViewer, allowing close encounters with these birds. Hummviewer’s founders, John and Joan Creed, have a net worth of 780K USD as of 2024.

Key accomplishments

2021In 2021, the founders successfully obtained a patent for their one-of-a-kind wearable hummingbird feeder
2022The company appeared on Shark Tank Season 14 and got the deal from Daniel Lubetzky


From their beginnings on Shark Tank to their current status as a thriving business, they have proven that with the right idea and execution, anything is possible. We can’t wait to see the future for Hummviewer and its continued success.

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