Ashley and Hugh live in DC but have a love for Marblehead MA (also where they will be getting married in September) so we met up there for a lovely evening of walking on the beach, watching the sunset, oh and chasing their 4 dogs around! Only two make an appearance here, but Frank the adorable Labradoodle will pop up in the wedding post I’m sure. See you in September!
Catie and Pat married on one of the hottest days of summer thus far, thank goodness for the reception dress trend! But that did not stop their guests from throwin’ down on the dance floor. They had one of the most energetic dance parties I’ve seen in recent years, and it was amazing!
After six years of being a small business of one, the time has come to hire an assistant. Truth be told I am a tad OCD, and because of this, I have always tackled everything on my own. However my workload for the season has started to win the battle of my sanity, so here is where you come in.
I’m looking for a technically proficient photographer or designer familiar with In-Design, Lightroom and Photoshop. (I’ll also need help setting up your workstation, installing programs, etc.) Someone to design albums, select images for submissions, research, run errands, and I hope in the near future, post-process, so a keen eye for color and detail is a must. And please note, I’m not looking for a photography assistant, I shoot primarily on my own.
To start I’m looking for someone just one afternoon a week, 1PM-6PM (hours are flexible) until additional work may be available, and the pay is $12/hour.
If this sounds like a good fit for you, and you’re willing to commit to the position through the end of the wedding season, roughly through October, please email me: email@example.com. Include your resume, some general info about yourself, and your reason for wanting the position. Also please describe your skill level with Lightroom, In-Design, and Photoshop on a Mac.
I’m looking to set up interviews as soon as possible and get someone in here stat!
You know when the groomsman gift is a Nerf gun it’s going to be a fun day! Jen also made custom boutonnieres for each groomsman with their initials out of Scrabble letters, very crafty. I should have known when we did their engagement session in an arcade they would have a game theme for their wedding. Even their place cards and table numbers were fashioned after Monopoly pieces. Thanks for inviting me to your party guys!