Will Griffith leaves Technology Crossover Ventures

January 3, 2012, 11:48 PM UTC

Will Griffith is no longer with Technology Crossover Ventures, the late-stage venture capital firm he joined back in 2000, Fortune has learned. He had been a general partner since 2003.

Griffith focused on wireless, infrastructure and Internet investments, including Fandango (acquired by Comcast), Tiny Prints (acquired by Shutterfly) and Motricity (MOTR). He also was involved in TCV’s Facebook investment and its participation on the leveraged buyouts of Go Daddy Group and Travelport (including its Orbitz spinout).

TCV so far isn’t commenting on Griffith’s departure, or what will happen to his numerous board seats. He remains listed as a general on the firm’s website, even though emails to his TCV account bounce back. We’ve also left a message on Griffith’s cell phone.

TCV currently is investing out of a $3 billion fund closed in late 2007.

Update: TCV still isn’t commenting, although I’m told that it plans to update its website later this afternoon.