The BYU School of Music seeks a photographer/videographer to shoot professional looking images and footage for use in various marketing and publicity material. The candidate will be attending various concerts, master classes, faculty offices, and classroom environments to obtain a wide variety of usable material.
The ideal candidate will possess the following:
-Substantial experience as a photographer, with a working knowledge of various photographic techniques, lighting, composition, and equipment.
-A robust portfolio illustrating substantial competence in portrait, landscape, and group photography. Note: applicant should submit a URL link to his/her portfolio containing between 25-40 photos of their best work.
-A working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom with proven competency in editing, color correcting, and otherwise manipulating images to obtain specific desired outcomes.
-Substantial experience as a videographer with a working knowledge of various photographic techniques, lighting, composition, and equipment.
– A robust portfolio illustrating substantial competence in a variety of situations. Note: applicant should submit a URL link to his/her portfolio containing a 5 minute demo reel displaying their best work.
– A working knowledge of Adobe Premier with proven competency in editing, color correcting, and otherwise manipulating video footage to obtain specific desired outcomes.
-An understanding of audio for video, with experience in obtaining clear and professional audio recordings of subject/material being filmed.
-A robust understanding of the post production process, and the ability to create and edit finished professional video pieces combining still photos, video footage, audio recordings, music, and animated title elements.
-Knowledge of Adobe Illustrator and After Effects preferred
-Applicant should be self-driven, able to work for extended periods on their own without direct supervision
-Applicant should be willing to receive and execute instructions in a timely professional matter
-Applicant should be willing to perform a number of tasks that may be assigned, and have a positive attitude
-Applicant should be willing to cheerfully make a number of edits to achieve specific directives from faculty
-Applicant should be a good team player
Hours worked and Compensation
-It is anticipated that the applicant will work between 5-10 hrs. per week
-Compensation will range from $15-18 hr. depending on experience.
Interested and qualified individuals should contact Mark Ammons, Assistant Director of the School of Music at firstname.lastname@example.org
Must have regular and consistent attendance at scheduled shift.