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magazinemamastock_0191I‘m just tickled pink to announce that Renee Sprink Photography is growing again. We are blessed to be at full capacity and now must bring on another lead photographer for weddings. So, the search is on for an Associate Wedding Photographer who will be a perfect fit for the RSP brand.

If you are interested, please carefully read through this information and then use the link below to apply. And, if you have a friend who may be interested, please forward this link. We would love to hear from you!

Qualifications: The ideal candidate is someone who:

  • Fits the RSP brand
  • Is trustworthy, dependable, and responsible
  • Has a natural eye and passion for photography
  • Has a teachable spirit and values communication feedback and growth
  • Has a great work ethic and is a team player
  • Has a working knowledge of a camera and shooting in manual
  • Is organized and has the ability to problem solve independently, work proactively and adapt to new situations
  • Is familiar with social media platforms (strong writing skills a bonus)
  • And if you happen to love cupcakes, we’ll that’s even better!

As an associate wedding photographer, you will:  

  • Learn how to become a successful wedding photographer
  • Learn how to use social media to grow a small business
  • Learn how to work with and contribute to a team
  • Develop and hone networking and relationship-building skills
  • Receive and positively respond to regular feedback and encouragement

Miscellaneous information:

  • This is a contract position.
  • The position does not include in-studio or office work, but it does require a flexible schedule.
  • You will be required to conduct meetings to book brides/couples.
  • Occasional team meetings are required.
  • We are not in a hurry to hire and will only do so when we find the right fit for the team/brand.
  • The photographer hired will be trained to have the “RSP style” while allowing him/her own creativity to develop.
  • If you love taking photos but don’t like the business side of photography, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

Hours: Flexible – weekends as well as some weekdays (typically mornings/evenings for engagement and bridal sessions); seasonal (heavier bookings in the spring and fall with less work in the colder winter months).
Compensation: Compensation commensurate with experience level.

Deadline: September 15, 2015.

If you think you would be a great fit for the RSP team, please APPLY HERE.


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Renee Sprink Photography is seeking a Social Media/PR Specialist to help grow our social media presence and brand awareness via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest, and to develop/maintain relationships with top bloggers and online magazines. position.

Think you’d make an awesome Social Media Specialist for Renee Sprink Photography?

Do you have…

  • a flexible schedule with 10-15 hours a week to commit to RSP?
  • a creative, sassy brain ready to nurture a growing brand with loads of untapped social media potential?
  • a sprinkle of wit and creative writing skills?
  • the ability to both collaborate and work independently?
  • a readiness to think big and strategize?
  • the ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines?
  • an attention to detail and accuracy?
  • a great work ethic with a reputation for being über reliable and readily adaptable?
  • a laptop (a Mac is a bonus) and experience with Google Drive/Dropbox and all social media outlets?
  • any graphic design/Photoshop skills? (a huge bonus, but not required)
  • a love of cupcakes and all things photography?

So, what kind of awesome tasks will you be assigned? Fun things like:

  • developing captivating content for all social media outlets to grow and engage followers
  • networking and developing relationships with top-tier influencers, bloggers and online magazines
  • pitching content and preparing submissions for publishing
  • writing short blog posts for company website
  • managing company newsletter and email marketing campaigns

If this sounds like you, we should talk! Our ideal candidate is enthusiastic, passionately embraces the company mission, and wants to grow with RSP as it grows. This position is flexible, mainly remote/virtual with the occasional meeting, and is structured to be part-time or freelance with a strong potential to turn into more permanent position. Perfect for college students or stay-at-home moms!

To apply:  Please complete and submit THIS FORM no later than August 31, 2015 at 11:59pm.  If you have questions, please ask them in the comments section below. Applications must be submitted online and will not be accepted via email; please do not email us to confirm receipt.  All applicants will be contacted by September 5. An interview will be required of applicants considered as finalists for the position.

Approximate start date: September 10. Compensation is commensurate with experience; college course credit is possible.

Thank you for your interest in our company.  We look forward to learning more about you!

HannTamMainPhotoJust thinking about Hann and Chung-Wei makes me smile. First of all, they’re just so stinkin’ cute together! But more importantly, I just enjoy being around them. It’s safe to say they’re a little more quiet than I – but they’re oh-so-much-fun! There’s never a shortage of good-natured ribbing or loads of laughter when we’re all together.  Like during their NC State engagement session when Hann and Chung-Wei both shared the story of how they met (each tells it just a little differently, by the way).

They were both at a party at NC State, where they’re both PhD students. (See…funny, smart and they pull for the right team – what’s not to love?!?). Chung-Wei was determined to get to know Hann better, even if that meant stalking her riding the same bus at the same time just because she was on it (he noticed her at the bus stop from his office window and figured out her schedule). One day he finally asked if she wanted him to drive her home since he had a car (see, he didn’t need to ride the bus!) and, as they say, the rest is history. The two have been inseparable since. They share the same interests, support each other and are totally comfortable and relaxed when they’re together. And it’s a good thing – the two tied the knot last year, so watch for their wedding post to come soon. In the meantime, enjoy a few of my favorite photos from their fun engagement session on Centennial Campus and in the gorgeous Hunt Library.

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Meet NC State senior Emily, a psychology major born and raised right here in Raleigh. In her spare time, you can always find this fun-loving gal shopping, catching a movie, traveling, going to a concert, dancing, or just hanging out with her adorable dog Ellie (or a certain Wolfpack football player!). She can’t live without her family, friends and the beach. She is truly a girl after my own heart- she has a passion for photography, loves Wolfpack football, and is all about anything pink. She is heavily involved in her (and my!) sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, having served as Chapter President these last two years, and is also a Charlotte’s girl – working at the Cameron Village store. Emily is extremely creative and motivated and is hoping to find a career that will utilize her organizational and leadership skills and incorporate her outgoing, bubbly and contagious personality. I would say the future is pretty bright for this beauty!

Here are a few of my favorite images from Emily’s senior session on campus last fall.

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