As much as I hate to admit it, I didn’t just come into the world as a fully-formed next-lev Strategenius. I had to learn my media wizardry from the best minds on the web. Here are 12 top-shelf social media masters who have been instrumental in teaching me everything I know.
I have to admit I was not sold on the Blaggillion Hits project but I cannot deny the level of commitment on display here. Endorsed.
BlackBook Media is looking for a Photo Assistant/Producer. Our company enjoys a lively, stimulating, and busy office environment; the work is very gratifying but also very challenging, and can be time-consuming. The successful candidate will focus on working consistently, quickly, and productively while overseeing multiple projects with overlapping deadlines and schedules. This entry-level position is a great opportunity for a serious, career-minded person to gain broad experience at a growing, cutting-edge media company.
Compensation includes competitive salary based on experience, plus benefits and equity in the company. The position is full-time based in our New York offices, where candidates must be available to physically interview; we will finance neither travel to interviews nor relocation expenses.
+ Work closely with the Creative Director and editorial team to concept, research, negotiate, manage, book, and schedule photo shoots.
+ Manage procurement of bought art and the management of all artwork in and out of the department, receiving art from talent and forwarding art to prepress in preparation for execution.
+ Communicate with agents, publicists, photo studios, photographers, illustrators, etc.
+ Manage production budget in consultation with Creative Director and Executive Editor.
+ College degree in relevant field.
+ Very strong organizational and communication skills.
+ Knowledge of basic photographic concepts and technology.
+ Passion for researching and finding photographic talent, locations, resources, etc.
+ Knowledge of magazine and digital production processes.
+ Skill with Excel and Adobe production software.
+ Professional experience in media, and/or as a photographer or photographer’s assistant.
+ Professional experience with managing budgets.
+ High-level experience with Adobe production software.
+ Extensive contacts among photographers, agents, and other creative professionals.
If interested, email email@example.com.
This one I don’t get, or rather, I don’t get the subtext beyond the reference. What are you kids talking about these days?
for pseudo-secret pop-up bars. Whatever, I’m a caucasian.