Lulu.com, a rapidly growing provider of self-publishing services for authors, musicians and other artists, is adding three executives to its management team. All are veterans of Triangle-based companies, with two coming from Motricity and Red Hat.

The company, which is owned by Red Hat co-founder and former chairman Bob Young, is privately held and is moving its headquarters to Raleigh from Morrisville.

To bolster the firm’s management, Young is adding a chief financial officer, an engineering and technology exec and a human resources leader.

Tim Albury is taking the CFO position, leaving KBI Biophrarma, where he has been CFO since 2004. Albury held other financial positions earlier in his career at Ardent Pharmaceuticals and StartUpStreet.com.

Leading engineering and technology operations will be Jeff Kramer, who was vice president of architecture and technology at Motricity. He spent seven years at Motricity, the Durham-based company that developed mobile content applications.

Florence Lively, a former senior director of human resources at Red Hat, will serve as senior human resources executive for Lulu.

"This is indicative of a period of strong growth and progress at Lulu.com," Bryce Boothby, Lulu’s president and chief operating officer, said in a statement.

"The combined experience and professional insights of these three extremely talented executives are strong assets as we look toward the future,” he added. “This signals a new and exciting stage for Lulu."

Lulu.com has more than 1.3 million registered users and is adding close to 15,000 more per week, according to the company.

Users are publishing some 4,000 books, videos, music and other works per week.