I had a delightful weekend where I got to spend some time with many adorable children for our child model test session. (I may post a few images in the coming days…)
As you know, I announced that Lindsey and I are teaming up in a creative venture for doing some Greeting Cards featuring some fun photography and her witty one liners. We were so excited about the turn out of potential models this past week and have already begun sketching out even more ideas inspired by some cute faces and personalities.
We thought it might be fun to involve another talented mind to the mix through the opportunity of an internship. Though this is not a “photographer” internship, the recipient must have a love for photography and an eye and mind for detail and design.
Internship: Photo Stylist
Description: Actively participate in the design details of the Greeting Card shoots in both pre-process preparation and execution of the session.
Qualifications: We’re seeking a happy creative individual who loves photography, loves design, and has an artistic background with an eye for detail. Experience as a stylist is less important than our desire for an eager personality and proven talent in some aspect of the visual arts.
This is not a paid internship, but a fun opportunity to strengthen (or start) a stylist portfolio, be involved in the behind the scenes process of commercial photography, and develop some great networking relationships.
If interested, please send a resume via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Intern” by April 20th, 11:59 p.m. Tell us why you feel your individual talents would be a great asset to our team, feel free to supply any images of something you have created, and any other information you feel would be in your favor!
We can hardly wait to work with you!
P.S. Congratulations to Lindsey who just became the mother to a new delightful plump baby boy four days ago!… and yet was still talking creative ideas for shoots with me this morning! We love her!
Congratulations Lindsey!! =)
The internship sounds fun. Maybe someday when I get better at that kind of junk!
Congrats lindsey! 🙂