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The Photographer/Videographer is responsible for capturing high-quality photographs and videos of exhibits for various purposes such as marketing, documentation, and client presentations.

They play a crucial role in presenting the firm's work to clients, potential customers, and the public.

Responsibilities and Duties

Photographing and Videographing Exhibits. Capture high-quality photographs and videos of exhibits, both during the design and fabrication process and after installation.

Post-Production Work. Edit photos and videos to enhance quality, add effects, and meet specific requirements.

Collaboration with Marketing and Design Teams. Work closely with marketing and design teams to understand project requirements, ensure the desired message is conveyed, and the images/videos align with the firm's branding.

Cataloging and Storage. Catalog and store photos and videos properly for easy retrieval and use in future.

Ensuring Legal Compliance. Obtain necessary permissions or releases for photography and videography, and ensure all activities comply with legal and ethical standards.

Qualifications and Skills

  • Proven experience as a Photographer/Videographer, preferably within an exhibit design or a related industry.
  • Proficient in photography and videography techniques and equipment.
  • Proficient in photo and video editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro.
  • Strong visual skills and creative eye.
  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work with different teams.

Work Environment

A Photographer/Videographer often works in various settings, depending on the exhibit they are capturing. This can include the firm's design studio, fabrication shop, and onsite at exhibit installations. They may work standard office hours, but may also need to work outside of these hours depending on the project requirements. This role can involve some physical demands such as standing for long periods and carrying heavy equipment. Some travel may also be required to reach various exhibit locations.