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Racked is looking for a hard-working photography assistant for September's New York Fashion Week. The gig involves accompanying our photographer during the day to the tents at Lincoln Center and venues like Milk Studios to help out with daily on-site responsibilities and post-production. This is a great opportunity for an aspiring photographer looking for an immersive fashion week experience.
We're looking for someone with an open schedule from September 4th through the 11th to work paid shifts of eight hours a day. If interested, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "NYFW Photo Assistant" and a brief paragraph about yourself along with a link to some of your work.
Applicants must live in or be able to commute to the New York City area. Experience with Lightroom and culling photos is a plus, and the ideal candidate will have a strong understanding of who's who in the fashion world, as well as what makes a great street style photo.