Product Photographer and Videographer
Salary: £26,000 - £30,000
Job posted: 25/03/2020
A lot of people think photography is easy and that taking a video is within their remit.
It’s not. You know that.
So, from capturing the images and video, all the way through to clip editing and adding audio – you can do it all.
Many just nail one part of it but you’re good at the lot. You’re probably in a place at the moment where you don’t get to play videographer and photographer, but here you will.
The fashion and jewellery sector is very competitive. When you’re trying to become the UK’s best-selling fashion and jewellery retailer, you’ve got to be different from the hundreds of other competitors out there.
How do you do that?
Collaboration. Sharing ideas and creative direction with the rest of the team. The culture here is based around being a collective, so if you’re used to fending for yourself and not bouncing off others, this won’t be right.
You’ll be pretty busy at times, so you need to be able to work under a bit of pressure. Retail is seasonal. Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Christmas mean there’s going to be lots of new products to work on and things will change up for you.
Some days you’ll be capturing and editing images and others you’ll be creating motion graphics, filming lifestyle/video content and editing audio.
You’ll edit, manipulate and optimise, and you’ll also support other Photographers with flat lays, brochures and web campaigns.
Since this role is creative, we’d love to see a portfolio and we’re sure you’d love to show yours off.
You get a salary between £26,000 – £30,000, which you may end up spending a chunk on the companies’ products thanks to their hefty staff discount.
You’ll start with 25 days holiday, but with each year you’ll get an extra day up until 33.
Let’s have a chat about it. Send me a connection invite and a message on LinkedIn, if you have any questions, or apply below.