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Freelance Photographer for Day Session, Primary School, Bolton, Pikes Lane Primary School


We are looking for a local freelance photographer to take images of pupils engaging in tasks such as Mathematics, PE, Drama, Computing etc. We would also like some high quality images of our environment, which has undergone a redesign to look like an art installation and also a brand new outdoor learning environment. Final images must be provided in a high resolution format that would be suitable for large posters and in a format that would be suitable for hosting on a website or print publicity.  We would use the images for online publication, publicity and public relations materials of a similar nature. Due to the nature of the work, the terms of parental consent and the subjects being of primary school age; the copyright for these images must be retained by the school and not by the photographer. 

We are not looking for a photographer to take portraits for sale to parents. Photographers must be registered as self employed and will be responsible for invoicing on this basis.  

To express and interest for this Job please send a proposal including costs & links to similar work based on the information below:

• Shoot 9.30-3 on a School Day TBC in or before January 2019,  in Bolton BL5 5HU

• Editing and delivering of approximately 50 images in 2 Formats /resolutions.

Successful proposals will be discussed with applicants and appointed by Friday the 21st December and are likely to lead to more regular freelance work. We will not contact unsuccessful applicants. 

DBS would be an advantage. 

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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