April 13, 2011
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Barbarian Productions, the company behind Oxford’s flagship summer production at the Oxford Playhouse (an original adaptation of Jack London’s classic American novel, ‘The Call of the Wild’), are looking for a skilled photographer to assist with production photography during the four weeks between now and show week.
Commitment can vary from the short-term (sporadic days over the next four weeks, when convenient for you), to one-off days. The first and most pressing of these is this coming Monday (18th April), for which we require a photographer to take headshots of the cast and rehearsal photos that will be used by leading graphic designers John Good Ltd. in constructing the programme. All rehearsals take place in central Oxford, at Magdalen College.
Photographic content will be distributed (with full credits) across the production website, blog, Oxford Playhouse website, in local newspapers and in the programme, which will be seen by thousands of audience members. A selection of the kind of images required on stage and in rehearsal is attached.
This is an ideal opportunity to put expertise to use in a creative context and gain experience working in a theatrical marketing environment. Oxford Drama is fortunate to enjoy one of the highest standards of university-level dramatics in the world, thanks to our access to the full resources of the Oxford Playhouse as a professional, working theatre; taking part in such projects is a rewarding experience and a rare opportunity to broaden portfolios in a unique direction.
To learn more or to get involved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
December 29, 2010
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Company: Mark Brome Photographer
Description: Hi, I am looking for an assistant to help out on a location promo shoot for a theatre company in Oxford on the 30th Jan 2011 as my regular assistant is away on holiday. Around 5-6 hours work for £100 fee. Would suit a photography student looking for some hands on experience of a hectic location shoot. A love of imaging, fantastic with people and their egos, and knows their way around a camera is more important than experience. Email only please and tell me why you would like to be considered.
Contact: Mark Brome
Date Posted: 22/December/2010