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Studio Assistant

We are looking for a full time Studio Assistant to join the busy studio arm of our business in Camden.

For this role we require someone who is enthusiastic, multi-skilled and eager to make a mark in the film and photographic industry. This role will be client-facing so the individual must be comfortable dealing with a variety of people in high pressured situations. You will be working within a small but fast-paced team. We are looking for someone who is flexible with their days and willing to commit to long hours on occasions.

Previous studio experience preferred and familiarity with lighting and equipment would be a great advantage for this role.


• General upkeep and maintenance of the 3 studios (exterior and interior) including the spaces and adjacent rooms of the studio.
• Managing equipment – ensuring that it is accounted for and maintained in the studio.
• Keeping a high standard of cleanliness throughout the building.
• Preparing studio spaces for upcoming shoots.
• Technical and physical support in set building and lighting.
• Client and Staff hospitality. Help service the clients with in-house catering alongside our in-house head chef.
• Make barista coffee for crews and clients working and visiting the studio - Barista experience is an advantage for this role.
• Refreshing and cleaning studio kitchens and drinks areas.
• Responding to client and co-workers requests quickly and efficiently.
• Key-holder duties to include opening and closing the studios.
• Represent Park Village – have a true understanding of the company and the brand.
• Carry out procedures quickly and efficiently including: stock checks, studio replenishment, tidying, painting and moving heavy items.
• Provide reception cover as and when required – answering phone calls, booking couriers and liaising with clients.


Previous studio assisting or freelance running would be highly beneficial.
Excellent presentation, communication and organisational skills.
Keen interest in technical aspects of shooting, whether motion or stills.
Computer literate (Photoshop, In design, Word & Excel ..)
Degree or similar in Film, Photography or production is recommended but not essential.
Available to work flexible hours where required, late nights, early mornings and weekends.
Experience in hospitality would be highly beneficial.
Can do attitude is a must.

Closing date for applications is Monday 5th October.

Please send CV and covering letter to

Please note that due to the volume of applications only successful applicants will be contacted.

HGV Driver Class C

Tottenham, N17
Competitive salary dependant upon experience

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to work within our Transport Department.

The key responsibilities of this applicant will be the safe delivery and collection of goods to customers, transferring stock between our warehouses and partners, returning/collecting items to and from our suppliers and keeping the depot vehicles refuelled, maintained and clean when necessary. There is an element of administration to complete on a daily basis.

Compliance is of the highest importance to Pixipixel, so we are looking for individuals that are competent in walk around checks, defect reporting and legislation.

We are looking for a polite and customer focused individual. Able to work effectively and being physically fit/strong as the role involves lifting, pushing & pulling equipment. The individual must have good communication skills. Flexibility is key to our operation due to the nature of the business.

The role is a permanent position working 40 hours per week working an 8-hour shift with an hour lunch, 5 days per week, with a willingness to work overtime when required.

This is a driver position, and the applicant must have a C Class Driving Licence, with no more than 6 endorsement points. The applicant must be aged 25 or older and have at least 1 years’ experience of driving Class 2 rigid vehicles in urban areas.

To apply please email your CV and covering letter to

Lighting Workshop Electrician

Whitechapel E1
TBD Depending on Skills & Experience

ProLighting Ltd are currently looking for an experienced Lighting Workshop Electrician to join our equipment maintenance and repair workshop.

ProLighting was established in 2006 and has rapidly grown into a leading photographic and moving image equipment rental company supplying shoots across the UK and other countries.

You will be based on the same site as our main lighting warehouse in Whitechapel E1.

Responsibilities will include:
-Diagnosis and repair of electrical and non-electrical lighting equipment
-Purchasing and keeping stock of spare parts and consumables
-Regular maintenance and servicing of equipment according to manufacturer specs
- Schedule and carry out PAT testing

Essential Skills:
- Excellent technical skills and attention to detail
- Proven previous experience in a similar role
- Ability to work under pressure both independently and as part of a team
- PAT testing training

Desired Skills:
-Full clean driving licence

Salary TBD dependent on skills and experience.

Please email your CV and a short cover note to using subject ‘Lighting Workshop Electrician Application’

Please note that due to large volume of applications only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Junior Equipment Booker

Whitechapel E1
TBD Depending on Experience

ProLighting London are currently looking for a full-time Junior Equipment Booker to join their growing lighting & digital bookings team.

ProLighting was established in 2006 and has rapidly grown into a leading photographic and moving image equipment rental company supplying shoots across the UK and other countries.

Your main duties will include:
– Creating equipment lists and quotes to client specifications
– Liaising with photographers, agencies and production companies via email and phone
– Liaising internally with lighting, camera, studio and transport teams to ensure smooth operations

Essential Skills:
– Working knowledge of flash and continuous lighting
– Working knowledge of professional camera systems
– A highly organised approach to tasks and professionalism when liaising with clients at all levels
– An active interest in the photographic and moving image industry

Desired Skills:
– Working knowledge of motion camera systems and grip
– Experience in a similar bookings position within the industry

Full training will be given and applicants can expect to further their knowledge of stills and moving image lighting and camera equipment.

Position available immediately with salary negotiable depending on skills and previous experience in a similar role.

Please send a CV and a short cover note to with subject ‘Junior Equipment Booker Application’

Please note that due to the volume of applications only successful applicants will be contacted.

Junior Curator/Digital Content Manager

London SW6
19-21K per Annum


ami archive Junior Curator/ Digital Content Manager

Company Background

We personally curate and archive your MOST TRUSTED and secure
memories, giving you access to the most precious of legacies, that of YOUR FAMILY.

Discover / Curate / Create

After several decades working with private clients ami was founded with the sole aim of providing a unique personal service to curate family memories.

We offer several services from historical curation of a family’s content to a yearly curation subscription service and production of bespoke handcrafted yearbooks. These showcase the best of the family’s images from an individual year, specific holiday or milestone event.

We also provide photography and videography of families or private events. With over 30 years of experience our photographers and videographers have covered many private family occasions across the globe from quiet intimate occasions to larger even royal weddings.

Position Overview

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious team player to join a rapidly expanding business based in South West London (SW6) and play a crucial role in the business supporting the Discovery, Curate and Create functions. This is a fulltime position based in SW6 with a 3-month probationary period. You will be reporting to the Head Curator.

Daily responsibilities to include but not limited to

- Tag/keyword and perform basic image clean-up on selected images and identify key people, locations and events. This is for both historic content and on a daily basis for subscription app users.
- Retrieve family information and manage individual family accounts.
- Editing of content to select the best or most appropriate photos and videos to feature on the ami app and in the family yearbook.
- Organise and order all backdated content by year for each account member.
- Carry out quality control checks under direction of the head curator using the ami dashboard.
- Downloading and uploading of content using the ami dashboard as required.
- Editing 3rd party photographer images of family events.

Other responsibilities

- Engaging in training sessions to develop an understanding of the ami ethos and vision for Discover, Curate and Create.
- Supporting with Family Yearbook or book selections, including retouching for handover to the designer.
- Scanning of prints and negatives as required.
- Responding to client contact requests via the app.
- Engaging in regular performance reviews and professional development.

Skills required

- Good literacy, spelling and language skills.
- Background or knowledge of image tagging and keywording.
- Basic image retouching skills.
- Fluent in working with Mac & proficient with Windows and their office tools.
- Image editing background and experience using the Adobe Creative suite.
- Digital file management knowledge.
- Knowledge of data storage systems/hardware and the ability to retrieve digital content (files, photos, videos etc.) from hard drives, data back-up systems, cloud storage, etc…
- Graphic design skills (not essential but beneficial).
- Video editing knowledge (not essential but beneficial).

Software knowledge

A strong and up-to-date knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and in particular:

- Lightroom Classic CC v9 and above.
- Photoshop CC v20 and above.
- Bridge CC v9 and above.

- InDesign CC v13 and above (not essential but beneficial).
- PowerPoint (not essential but beneficial).
- CaptureOne (not essential but beneficial).
- Adobe Premier (not essential but beneficial).
- Video editing tools (not essential but beneficial).


- 19-21K per annum depending on level of experience.

Enquires/CV’s to be submitted by Thursday 1st October 2020 to