The agency will showcase speakers and those attending, as well as publicising product launches and announcements due to be made at the event held this weekend in London.
The open tech event will host more than a 1,000 experts, engineers, hackers, teachers, and journalists from more than 40 countries, discussing developments in tech such as online privacy, gaming, journalism and robotics.
Speakers include Mozilla executive director, scientists from CERN, Guardian journalist James Ball and ProPublica's Jeff Larson.
Albon will highlight the Mozilla community's global educational, social and cultural initiatives which will be showcased at the three-day event as well as running its on-site press-office.
Albion Drive founder and director Bryce Keane commented: "We’re delighted to be working with Mozilla to publicise its flagship event. MozFest involves technologists, creators and journalists coming together to experiment, share skills and play to get hands-on with the tools that will build the future of the web. It’s a field we are extremely passionate about and one where we our team is looking forward to adding real value."