Looking for an in-office intern!

The time has come ... about this time every year I hit a wall. I need help!!!! Download detailed info/requirements here.

Here's the jist:

I have been an intern. I know that it is tough to work for free and that the best internships are the ones you leave feeling clearer about your future not discouraged. As an intern for me, you can be sure that I promise to dedicate time to helping you grow as an artist and business owner. I am an open book, no subject or questions are off limits during the time we will spend together. (Think branding, post-production, managing time/clients, marketing, etc.) You will have the opportunity to assist me on shoots and I promise to spend time helping you hone your skills in the best way I can; by example!

This position is ideal for a college student/someone who just took the jump into full time photography who has a flexible schedule.ย  You understand photography and value itโ€™s contribution to the world. You are a photography student (formally or informally) who knows how to navigate a mac/photoshop/bridge/lightroom and wants to gain more experience and learn how I operate on a day-to-day basis. You are responsible and reliable. You have a sunny disposition, a great work ethic, a drive to learn, and like to listen to music while editing.

4 month commitment with future paid opportunities. A total of 8 hours of office time a week (M-F) distributed depending on what works with our schedules (lunch is on me!) Must have intermediate to advanced photoshop and design skills.

Duties will include (but are not limited to) image editing and resizing, gallery management, fullfilling print orders, packaging, post office and supply errands,designing client albums, general office tasks (think stamping logos on pretty kraft boxes ;) )

Please send me a resume/cover letter that answers the following questions to be considered for the position by August 20th. Work will hopefully commence the first week in September.

1. What is your background in photography? 2. What days/times are you available to work? 3. How much experience do you have in the following areas: Photoshop, Lightroom, album design. 4. Who is your favorite photographer and why? 5. What information could I give you that would seem invaluable to you?

If you think I have information you could benefit from, you have a flexible schedule, and you'd like to learn more about how I do what I do- shoot me an email!!!

the beautiful Yelena Johnson of The Stylish Soiree - more from this shoot soon :)