Here at Love is Greater Photography we are passionate about people. We love building relationships not only with our clients but also as a team.
It’s that time of year when we look to add an intern to our current team of photographers. This is much more than a typical “use and abuse” internship… we’re serious about teaching, and if it works out, we’re even more serious about bringing the right person on the team.
You don’t have to have a ton of experience. We can teach you how to shoot and be creative (shh, don’t tell anyone… creativity CAN be taught). We’re much more interested in someone with a great attitude, who loves the hustle and grind, and is madly in love with learning.
The first step is to answer the questions in the survey linked below. In a few weeks we’ll close the survey and start narrowing it down to the people we want to interview. We’ll let EVERYONE know one way or another.
Let’s see if we’re a good fit! Fill out the internship application here
“I LOVED working with LGP as an intern. It was a relaxing, yet challenging internship that helped me grow as a photographer and as a businesswoman. I learned new skills from off camera flash, to how to reach clients on social media and so much more. LGP is full of fun people who love what they do and love their clients!” -Melanie, 2014 Intern
“My time as an intern with LGP was filled with great memories and fruitful experience. LGP is a fantastic and fun team of photographers and it was always fun tackling a wedding with this group of reliable and quirky people. Each wedding holds a different memory for me, because at LGP they believe in making the job enjoyable and making everyone’s day special.”- Melissa, 2012 Intern
“My experience as an intern with Love Is Greater Photography was incredible. I never expected to learn as much as I did or to come as far as I have over the past few years and I owe it all to the internship. The team is wonderful and constantly investing in the business and learning how to make it better. I would recommend this internship to anyone who is looking to not only progress their photography skills but who wants to experience what good team work looks like and having fun while doing so.” – Ashley, 2013 Intern