Williamstown, MA Marketing and Press

POSITION: Marketing Photographer
STATUS: Exempt
REPORTS TO: Marketing & Communications Coordinator
LOCATION: On-site in Williamstown, MA
COMPENSATION: $1000/week
HIRING TIMELINE: Applications to be accepted until the position is filled with a priority application deadline of March 20. Application review and interviews to be conducted starting March 25, with an anticipated start date of June 5 and end date of August 17.

Williamstown Theatre Festival is seeking a talented and creative Photographer to capture and showcase the 2024 Season. If you have a passion for visual storytelling and a keen eye for detail, we want to invite you to be a vital part of our team.

Primary Responsibilities and Expectations

The Photographer reports directly to the year-round Marketing & Communications Coordinator. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • On a daily basis, capture the work, artistry, and conviviality of the Williamstown Theatre Festival for all WTF marketing channels
  • Being present and executing the archival photo shoots for all WTF productions
  • Collaborating with members of the Marketing team in the development of Festival content
  • Managing the photography schedule in collaboration with the Marketing Assistant
  • Diligent archiving of all season photo content in collaboration with the Marketing & Public Relations team.
  • Observing all Festival safety protocols
  • Producing work that is innovative, imaginative, original, and creative in character
  • An essential function of this job is in-person work in Williamstown, MA.
  • Other duties as assigned

Preferred Qualifications

  • Proven experience as a Photographer, preferably in a theater or live performance setting.
  • Proficient in photography equipment and software.
  • Strong editing skills using tools such as Adobe Creative Suite.
  • A portfolio demonstrating a high level of creativity and proficiency in visual storytelling.
  • Ability to collaborate effectively with artists, production teams, and marketing professionals.
  • Embrace the Festival’s commitment to EDIA and Anti-Racism by actively participating in and encouraging behaviors among staff members that exemplify respect; interrupting microaggressions and other behaviors that hinder our EDIA and Anti-Racism efforts; engaging in the diversification of the workforce; demonstrating a degree of cultural competency that encourages healthy relationships with all company members
  • Help with archival photo
  • Adhering to all Festival safety protocols
  • Other duties as assigned
  • An essential function of this job is in-person work in Williamstown, MA.
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