That's right! I'm seeking a fabulous intern/assistant to work w/ me in my lovely home. Intern will assist w/ placing, packaging, and delivering orders; entering client information and maintaining client folders; backing up session images; creating client galleries and possibly slideshows; additional tasks as needed; and mostly keep me from going crazy and talking to myself constantly. I'm looking for someone who's:
- available monday-thursday, anywhere from 5-15 hours a week (schedule will be flexible and hours will vary, closer to 5 hours a week during slow times and more during busier times)
- quick learner
- strong computer skills
- familiarity w/ excel, html, photoshop, and graphic design a plus
- a lover of photographs, music, smiles, and all things cheesy, also a plus
Please note that this is not a paid position, but is for those looking for college internship opportunities, high school co-ops, photography/photoshop lessons (I absolutely don't know everything there is to know about either, but am happy to share what I do know), print credit and a free session per year.
If you are interested, please complete an application at www.priscillabphotography.com/blog/internshipapplication and email a resume to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since a post would not be complete without pictures, this gives me a great chance to share a session from last year that I wasn't able to. One of my favorites. Now that I'm *old* I had my 10 year high school reunion in October. It was so wonderful to see friends who meant so much to my life. It was even better when I had a session with a couple of said friends. Spencer and Gretchen. A couple who's names, to anyone who know them, go together like Romeo and Juliet, Ozzie and Harriett, Fred and Wilma, and Peanut Butter and Jelly. Everyone knew they would end up together, get married, and have beautiful babies. Oh, I was so happy to see them again and meet beautiful little Adelyn. I only wish I had stopped at maybe two glasses of wine at the reunion. The time just went by too fast. These pictures make me so happy. One more thing...Gretchen is an amazing artist! Be sure to check out her work at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-by-gretchen/151721777225 and on Etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/artbygretchen
I mean just look at those eyes and she's already got her mommas style!
Peace and love,