Photography Intern

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Assists the Development Communications office in taking, editing and organizing photographs for use in various print and online publications and donor recognition materials. Position must be taken for college course credit.

Responsibilities include:

  • Taking photos for development communications and donor relations departments after several concerts throughout the BSO season.
  • Taking photos during other BSO and development office events.
  • Editing and retouching images for use in BSO development print and online communications and donor relations materials.
  • Organizing and tagging the development communications office photo archives.
Qualifications: This internship must be taken for college course credit. College-level photography student with experience taking and editing photos. Strong Photoshop skills. Knowledge of InDesign helpful, but not required. Familiarity with archiving systems a plus. Exceptional attention to detail. Understanding of creative design process. Occasional nights, weekends and out-of-office assignments required. 
Please send photography samples.
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