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2016 Photography Internships

Whether you’re a subscriber to the majestic landscapes of Ansel Adams, the political self-portraits of Cindy Sherman, or the ethereal natural sculptures of Andy Goldsworthy, photography internships will help you develop your own artistic vision while becoming acclimated to the day-to-day mechanics of how to operate a studio or agency.

Interns in photography work closely with a revolving cast of other photogs, stylists, makeup artists, set designers, models, and clients. This fast-paced environment will not only help photography interns establish the industry connections that make a successful career, but it will also teach aspiring artists to work with, manage, and support diverse professionals in intersecting roles. In a field where collaboration is king, students must balance incorporating suggestions with making definitive judgment calls about their own work.

Taking an internship in photography may lead students to a variety of possible work environments, from in-house studios at fashion labels to boutique studios specializing in wedding photography. Talented students may, for example, land a gig in the photo department at a major magazine. Photography interns research stock photos for story assignments, support administrative operations, or assist with organizing photo submissions. In a smaller photography studio, interns work in print production, graphic design, and clerical business, having a major impact on the productivity of the business.

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PUBLICATIONS & COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER The Publications and Communications Manager is responsible for creating a wide range of print and digital communications for internal and external audiences. The Manager reports to and works closely with the Director of Marketing to ensure that the School's b...
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Town of Farragut | Knoxville TN
Town of Farragut Public Relations/ Marketing Temporary Position This position will last between 8 and 12 weeks starting in October and will require a weekly 20-hour commitment (approximate) at a rate of $15 per hour. The position reports to the Parks and Leisure Services Director and will pro...
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