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Photography Sales Manager Summary

You will be expected to have a good understanding of the photography business including still-life, model and location shoots + experience with quoting various licensing models & liaising with art teams.

Keeping up too date with what’s going on in the industry.

You will also develop your phone-based creation of sales leads and establish ongoing rapport with existing and potential clients.

You would be working closely with various members of the sales team and given clear direction on your target sector.

Sales Manager Description

Using Tapestry’s CRM system and other database’s you will be expected to arrange meetings from both clients we have previously dealt with, and new clients

Work closely with other members of the sales team in joint presentations

Attend presentations / meetings with other members of the sales team

Identify potential clients

Build and maintain a network - having a network of contacts, associates is a huge help

Writing reports and keeping the company CRM up to date

Generating new business on both the telephone and in person

Apply with CV and covering letter to;

Junior Retoucher

Dependant On Experience

The Laundry Room London is a new and fast-growing retouching house based in N1 with an increasing client demand. We are looking for a creative Junior Retoucher who is career-minded, a great team player, and who is passionate about photography and printing.

Available immediately, this post is initially a 3-month placement, however there is the opportunity of it becoming a full-time role for the right person. This is an excellent opportunity for a Junior Retoucher to be trained up in a busy studio environment to produce high-end imagery for a broad range of exciting clients.

This role shall see you working closely alongside one internationally renowned photographer in particular, with the opportunity to work also at their South London studio on a series of exciting projects. Working on their unique fine art pieces, this role will see you immersed in the creative process from start to finish.

In addition to this unique key role, the position will also involve working on high-end campaigns and editorial shoots.

The ideal candidate will have at least 1 years experience in retouching and have a proven ability in masking, excellent composition skills and a fantastic eye for detail.

Essential qualities:

• Excellent technical knowledge of Photoshop CS5/6
• Excellent understanding of Capture One for file processing from RAW camera
• Proficient in CMYK proofing
• Good understanding of colour and confidence in compositing
• Be enthusiastic and have excellent communication skills
• Good organisational skills and immaculate presentation of work
• Ability to work under pressure and to strict deadlines where necessary

Desirable qualities:

• A proven desire to keep up to date with new technologies within the still retouching field
• Proactive in their own development

Please send CV’s and examples of work along with a couple of lines as to why you think you suitable for the job to

Salary will be dependent on experience.

Marketing Manager

AOP, Holborn Studios
£30,000 pro rata

The Association of Photographers, the leading organisation representing commercial photographers, is looking to recruit an experienced Marketing Manager. Reporting to the General Manager the role will be responsible for: identifying, developing and achieving strategic marketing goals; communicating the AOP brand; social media activities; promoting the benefits of membership; marketing members and their work, and our training and events programme.

You will have previous experience of marketing practices and strategies within the arts or photography industry; excel in your knowledge of social media and digital marketing techniques; have excellent organisational and planning skills; and be competent in using email and social media software.

Salary circa £18,000 (£30,000 pro rata), 22.5 hours per week (37.5 pro rata) over 3-5 days. The role is based at our offices in Islington.

To apply please send a copy of your C.V. along with a supporting letter outlining your suitability for the post to

Closing date Wednesday 1 April, interviews will be held mid April.

Job Specification
The role will enable the AOP to identify and achieve its strategic marketing goals, communicate its brand and promote the benefits of membership to the professional photography industry. It is seen that this role will also enable the Association to deliver a range of member services, promote members and their work and our extensive training and events programme.


Day to day
• Deliver AOP marketing objectives
• Coordinate the production of AOP printed and designed materials
• Manage and deliver social media activities
• Manage the production of a weekly member update
• Manage the production of a monthly nonmember newsletter
• Produce Press releases
• Develop and maintain the AOP website
• Manage related budgets

Strategies and planning
• To work alongside the General Manager and Board to identify strategic marketing goals and develop strategies to deliver these
• Research and analyse market trends, identify target markets and how best to reach them
• Plan marketing campaigns, including memberships and the AOP Photography Awards to area of the photographic industry
• Develop and implement a social media strategy to increase awareness within the Photographic industry, our follower numbers and engagement with the AOP
• Monitor and report on the effectiveness of strategies and campaigns to the General Manager and Board

Person Specification

It is expected that you will be educated to post graduate standard or equivalent; an excellent grasp of English and current marketing techniques is essential. A detailed understanding and knowledge of professional photography and the arts is desirable

Experience, Skills and Aptitudes

• Demonstrable previous experience in strategic marketing planning and delivery
• Extensive experience of social media and digital marketing techniques
• Excellent written English and oral communication skills for proof reading, drafting releases and for communicating with press, media and AOP partners
• Working with organisations individuals within the creative sector
• Success in achieving press and media coverage
• Excellent organisational and planning skills, particularly in managing time and tasks
• A keen eye for detail and the ability to produce high quality, accurate work in tight timescales with limited supervision
• Computer literate with at intermediate experience of the Microsoft suite of programmes, particularly MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint
• Experience of and technical awareness of design packages
• You must be able to demonstrate that you are competent in managing and integrating email marketing and social media software such as Hoot suite and Mail Chimp

The job may involve attending events, good advance notice will be given, and compensating time off is available.

Terms and Conditions
The job is based at the AOP offices at Holborn Studios, Eagle Wharf Road, London N1

Salary in the range of £18,000 (£30,000 pro rata) according to experience
Working hours: 22.5 hours per week, these hours can be taken across 5 or 3 days. The AOP office is normally operates between 9am – 6pm Monday to Friday, though some evening and weekend working will be required.

12 days holiday (20 pro rata) per year plus bank holidays and 3 other days over Christmas when the office is closed (total 23 days)

Production/Marketing assistant


Leading London fashion and portrait photographer/film maker requires a production/marketing assistant.

An opportunity to join the small but highly successful team at John Wright Photography in Shoreditch. 

Experience in research, data base management, face to face client contact, portfolio preparation will be beneficial. An ability to create and manage good professional relationships will also be advantageous along with the ability to create and execute long, medium, and short term strategies for success.

Responsibilities will include industry and photographic research. Client networking and involvement in shoot production for stills and video.

This is a busy and responsible role within a small team who consistently perform at the top level. Clients include Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Sony Music, Vanity Fair, Dior and many others.

Please send CVs and covering letters with a contact phone number

3rd Assistant/ Production Co - ordinator


Richard Foster is looking for a full time 3rd Assistant / Production Co-Ordinator

You will be responsible for the day to day running of the studio business, which will involve amongst other things estimating and invoicing, managing consumables, and liasing with Richards agent and accounting staff etc. You will assist Richard directly in managing his diary, keeping him aware of correspondence and upcoming jobs. You will run shoot production, which will include everything necessary for the shoot to run smoothly from making sure there’s enough breakfast to sourcing props/backgrounds and communicating with high end clients.You must be experienced in a fast paced media based environment, be adept at multi-tasking, have good communication and visual skills and an energetic and positive approach. The successful candidate will have a view to starting a career in photography.

Familiarity with Macs as well as competency in Final cut pro and Photoshop would be beneficial.
This is very much an apprenticeship style full time position which requires a total commitment of 3 years, as once trained the production co-ordinator will be promoted to Richard’s photographic second assistant, before moving up to Richards’s photographic first assistant.

Applicants must hold a clean driver’s licence. Applicants who do not meet this criteria will not be considered.

Please apply in writing and attach your CV to



The Laundry Room London is a new and fast-growing retouching house based in N1 with an increasing client demand. We are currently on the lookout for an ambitious intern for a weeklong period.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work in a wonderfully dynamic environment, being immersed in the creative process from start to finish.

Responsibilities will include client and marketing research, packing and organizing prints, assisting in image management and archiving, creating innovative social media, adhoc studio duties and of course, learning the tricks of the trade under the helpful guidance of The Laundry Room retouchers.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for photography and printing, have excellent communication and skills and be a great team player. Experience in Adobe Photoshop and Capture One is desirable but not essential.

Please send CV’s and along with a couple of lines as to why you think you suitable for the job to