DIS Student Photographer

DIS Summer, Share Your Story, DIS Summer Photographer

Does capturing a beautiful moment from behind the lens of a camera make your heart skip a beat? Then a position as a DIS Student Photographer may be perfect for you!

Apply to Become a DIS Student Photographer

What Do DIS Student Photographers Do?

Student Photographers tell the story of all aspects of the DIS experience through photography. As visual storytellers, they assist the Communications & Marketing Department in documenting student life at DIS – everywhere from the quiet moments during a morning commute to DIS to an exciting afternoon Field Study.

Student Photographers create visually compelling content for both print and digital channels, such as the annual print catalog, website, social media, and advertisements. Assignments may include:

  • Photographing Study Tours, Field Studies, and classrooms
  • Taking over social media accounts (primarily on Instagram Stories)
  • Capturing Copenhagen and/or Stockholm (depending on where the photographer is studying)

Why Should You Apply?

  • You’ll build your skill set and portfolio abroad, and your photos will be used in DIS catalog, web, advertising, and social media
  • Your time spent with the Communications & Marketing Team can be noted as a non-credit internship on your future resume

Note: This is an experience-building ambassadorship and is not a paid position.

What Are We Looking For?

  • Photographers with intermediate or above photography skills, who are proficient in using DSLR cameras with experience in editing software such as Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom
  • Storytellers with a strong passion for digital media, branding, and marketing, and ability to utilize social media platforms (primarily Instagram)
  • Ambassadors who are outgoing and interested in connecting with current students as well as inspiring future students, and enjoying capturing people-centered stories

How to Apply

Summer 2019 students, send your application to studentmedia@dis.dk by May 17, 2019, including:

  • Your name and home university
  • Your courses and sessions at DIS
  • A short statement of interest including your past experiences and what you hope to get out of the position (no more than 250 words)
  • A link to an online portfolio or gallery of your work
  • A link to a public Instagram account
  • The model of your camera (DIS also has high-quality cameras for you to sign out for assignments, however, a limited supply)

Positions are competitive! Be sure to contact us by the deadline.