Here’s the most recent issue of Top Agent Magazine, featuring a cover photo we shot of a local real estate agent, Marketa Pospisil.
We headed out to Intel recently to photograph George Woo for the March issue of Event Marketer. Here is one of the photos used on the cover.
We recently photographed the Board of Trustees at the Multnomah Athletic Club. The resulting image appears as a cover trifold in the latest issue of their magazine, The Winged M.
We are now accepting applications for our 2017 summer internship.
Come and work for one of the busiest photo studios in Oregon. Studio clients include 5 different sports teams, magazines, newspapers, wedding clients, corporate clients, commercial clients and more. This is a paid internship, working about 20-25 hours per week. This is a shooting and assisting position. You will work directly with Craig Mitchelldyer on various shoots and events and be sent out on assignments on your own, including Portland Timbers, Portland Thorns and Hillsboro Hops games, community events and player appearances. You will also be assisting on editorial and commercial shoots and editing/captioning various assignments.
Preference is given to current college students or recent grads.
We are looking for a person with solid shooting skills – strong sports portfolio is a must – who can work independently when needed, be on time and professional. You will be representing the studio and our clients when you are in the community and on assignment.
Former Mitchelldyer Photography interns have gone on to work for other sports teams, like the Arizona Diamondbacks, Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers and Oregon State Beavers. Some have moved on to work for newspapers and/or have successful freelance careers.
During this internship you will learn valuable skills including shooting and transmitting on tight deadlines, working with a variety of different clients with different needs, and most importantly, the business of photography. Limited pool gear is provided if you do not have your own.
Start times can be flexible, the beginning/middle of May until the end of August is typical.
To apply, please send a cover letter, resume and links to your portfolio to email@example.com with the subject line “INTERN”.
We are also hiring for a permanent studio assistant job. (http://blog.craigmitchelldyer.com/2017/01/18/job/) The right intern could possibly fill both roles, creating a full time position.
Portland photography studio seeks assistant/editor.
Portland Photographer Craig Mitchelldyer has one of the busiest photo studios in the city. Clients include sports teams, corporations, newspapers, wire services, magazines, shoe companies, lawyers, weddings and everything in between.
Our current studio assistant, Liz, started as an intern seven years ago and has been with us ever since. She is moving on to focus on her own business and we are very sad to see her go. This is not an intern level position, however interns are encouraged to apply. (We are also accepting internship applications, details here: http://blog.craigmitchelldyer.com/2017/01/19/2017-internship/)
We are looking for an energetic, outgoing person to join the team, with a long term employee goal in mind.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
* Picture Editing
* Photoshop Retouching
* Client Delivery
* Client Communication and Scheduling
* Office Administration
* Photographer Assistant Duties
* Equipment Setup and Tear Down
* Social Media Management
* Album Design
* Promotional Material Design
* Some Shooting
The ideal candidate will have experience with Aperture (or Lightroom, but Aperture is what we use), and be proficient in Photoshop. Excellent communication skills and ability to work independently are a must. We are looking for an addition to the team, not just an employee. We value ideas that you bring to the table.
This is not a shooting position, but preference will be given to a candidate who also shoots great photos. Sometimes there is a need for a second person to cover events.
Must be available on weekends in the summer and some evenings as well. Hours will vary greatly depending on the studio schedule, averaging 20-30 hours per week in the spring/summer/fall and a bit less in the winter. Hours can also be flexible. A typical work week is Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Compensation varies depending on experience and includes mileage. Occasional bonuses may also be included. Position to begin May 1, but start date is flexible.
To apply, please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “ASSISTANT/EDITOR”.