Ogilvy

  • In-house Photographer

    Posted Date 4 months ago(16/05/2019 11:48 PM)
    Job ID
    2019-5485
    # of Openings
    1
    Department
    Production/Traffic
    Applicant Type
    Citizen only
  • Overview

    The In-House Photographer will be the Agency lead when it comes to all feasible and doable Photography requirements that do not require a major Production.

    • He / she provides world-class Photography output and has a firm grasp of the Photo room’s equipment
    • He / she should have a strong sense of collaboration as he/she works with different verticals.
    • He / she must be able to understand crucial brand standards and requirements to maintain a consistent brand aesthetic.
    • He / she should be able to multitask various projects and brands and still maintain high quality output.

    Responsibilities

    Principal Responsibilities 80%

    • Provides in-house photography for simple product and talent requirements
    • Conceptualizes, leads and shoots new photography jobs for Digital, Case Study, Event and Behind the Scenes requirements

    Agency Initiatives 10%

    • Works to achieve the Awards KPIs of the whole Agency by providing the best executions for any awards-driven idea                       

    Collaboration10%

    • Collaborates closely with other members of the Delivery Team particularly Illustrators, Designers, Digital Designers, In-House Directing and Final Artwork / 3D
    • Collaborates closely and provides support for various teams in the whole Ogilvy group

    Qualifications

    • Adept in Using Canon Photography Equipment and Lighting, Adept in Adobe Creative Suite and Other Photo-Adjustment Software, Photo Manipulation Skills, Layout Skills, Eye for Good Overall Output, Creativity, Flexibility, Attention to Detail, Collaborative, Initiative-Driven, Deadline –Oriented
    • Great Body of Work – Review of past works and portfolio is a must.
    • 0-2 years experience

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