Project Information

Photographer wanted for the ‘What Makes a Successful Student?’ Conference (SULC01)


THE CLIENT

The client is Solent University’s own Student Achievement Officers department, who assist with student support, analytical and trend forecasting skills for the University in, particularly student-related matters.

THE BRIEF

The conference will give the opportunity to everyone to discuss which student factors are influencing student success, from both an institutional and a student perspective. This conference will explore some of the initiatives already in place through various activities, including guest speakers and workshops.

The right candidates need to be well familiar with their photography equipment and deliver Solent branded photography. As the leading photographer of the event, you will be required to capture senior administrative and academic staff but also former and current students in various engaging shots.

The client is expecting photos of people on arrival, images of the presenters and their audiences, workshop interactions and the overall networking and the mood of the day.

The images will be used for both Print and Online distribution.

TO APPLY

To apply, click the button to the right by the application deadline.

Please include links to examples of your work in your application.

If you want to know any more about this or any other creative agency projects, please contact Solent Creatives.

Tier 4 students cannot be self-employed or engage in business activity. You will be considered to be engaging in a business activity where you are working for a business in a capacity other than an employee in which you have a financial or other significant beneficial interest. Therefore, under no circumstances may a student holding a Tier 4 visa undertake any freelance work. Read more.

Published on 19/04/2018
Application deadline: 31/05/2018
Project start date: 19/06/2018
Project deadline: 20/06/2018

To apply for this project, please to your student account or register with Solent Creatives.