the job title: Photo Intern
The photo intern position is open to all applicants with any level of experience. This position is limited to one chosen applicant per year and is a one year commitment. The photo intern is in for a wild ride with no room for a lackadaisical attitude. The position will be given to the applicant that shows high energy, a great attitude, an insatiable desire to learn and a can-do spirit. Our commitment to our interns is to give you a real life working production company experience. You will end this internship ready to enter the job field with a competitive edge. Our goal is to train you so well and provide such a great place to work that you become our next rock-star hire candidate.
Hours: Minimum of 5 hours in studio work plus shoots on your own schedule to complete the shoot requirements. Weekend availability and night flexibility a must.
who you support: Creative producer, Lead Photographer, Second Photographer and Photo Editor
who supports you: The team
the bottom line
I am responsible for:
Providing quick and creative support to photo shoots and production that frees up the rest of the photo production team to operate at full technical and creative capacity on shoots and in pre and post production. Most importantly I will think on my feet. Pick up instruction quickly becoming versatile in technical and conceptual areas and treat equipment well.
nuts and bolts
1-Actively take part in creative meetings
2- Contribute to problem solving and documenting how-to’s for future reference
3- Use innovation to redefine a project and meet the constraints of cost, time and in place standards.
1- Complete the JGP / Tin Box year long internship shooting and editing program in place for working through progressive levels of complexity – from the most simple to the most complex shoots and edits.
2- Assist the studio manager with equipment preparation for shoots.
2- Participate on shoots, primarily wedding, engagement and photo booth, and commercial shoots starting with observation and moving through basic positions into more complex positions and greater responsibility over the internship period.
3- Observe the editing process, using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom – move through basic positions into more complex tasks, while working closely with the photo editor.
4 -Assist producer, studio manager, photographer and editor from start to finish of all projects assigned.
5- Execute current social media strategy and imagery for Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and the JGP / Tin Box blog.
6- Engage current and potential clients on social networks.
6- Use Asana to communicate all levels of a project
7 – Implement notes and changes to photo edits
how we do it
This isn’t a 9-5 job. You may need to stay late if thats when you are most creative, you may need to come in early to make things happen. Our people make it happen with a great attitude and every ounce of creativity they can offer.
Every project here gets treated like it’s the most important. So stay positive and give it your best.
Dress with creative professionalism.
100% project completion is met on or before all deadlines in accordance with individual project plans. Always. That’s what 100% means.
Consistently follow in place protocols for conduct and communication
Non Compete Agreement:
- Contractors, employees and interns agree they will not solicit customers with whom he or she does or did business with while working at the companies under Jordan Green, LLC and had personal contact with during his or her employment; and
- Contractors and employees agree not to do media work for customers with whom Jordan Green, LLC companies do work with for a period of 24 months after leaving Jordan Green, LLC.
What’s next? Email the following things to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Why should we consider you for the intern position?
2. A link to your portfolio – don’t let this scare you.
3. What’s your favorite thing to photograph?
4. What’s the one app you can’t live without?
5. Do you instagram? Share a link