P3397 Junior Photographic Assistant / Retoucher

  • Auckland - Ellerslie

Our Client is seeking a talented Junior Photographic Assistant/Retoucher to be part of their International creative production agency. Their speciality is retail and their team service one of NZ’s largest brands.

You will work under the Senior Photographer’s guidance and supervision to shoot product for online resources. A large part of your day will involve styling, admin and coordination. So, you need to:

• Have a good sense of style and colour expertise
• Have excellent organisational skills
• Be able to take/follow instructions carefully
• Be resourceful and reliable
• Want to learn and develop in the role.

Please note all candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.

The person our Client is looking for must have an ability to work well under pressure, with a good sense of humour. Experience in a similar role would be preferable. Retouching skills are necessary, as are cooking and food preparation styling experience.

This is a fabulous opportunity to develop your creative and photography career further under a very experienced photography mentor. If this is the role for you please email Natalie Sievers with your CV and website or PDF portfolio to natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz using the reference P3397 Junior Photographic Assistant/Retoucher.

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