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Regional Stills Photography Attachment Opportunity with Ian Brodie

Screenwest have partnered with the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission | GEDC to offer a Professional Attachment Opportunity to an emerging Goldfields-Esperance Photographer. Applications close Tuesday, 20 April 2021 at 5:00pm AWST.

About the Attachment

The successful candidate will complete a Three-Week attachment under the expert guidance of Film Tourism Expert & Stills Photographer, Ian Brodie where they will:

  • Travel throughout the Goldfields-Esperance Region scouting and photographing locations.
  • Develop an understanding of landscape photography for Film Tourism purposes.
  • Gain experience researching a location with the intention of using it for Film Tourism & Film Friendly activities.
  • Gain experience developing promotional materials to showcase a region as a production designation.

Screenwest encourages applications from Western Australians from underrepresented and/or diverse groups, appropriate to the roles. The WA screen industry recognises diversity as differences in:

  • gender;
  • age;
  • Indigenous identity;
  • cultural and linguistic diversity (CaLD);
  • disability;
  • sexuality and gender identities (LGBTQI+);
  • location (including urban communities and remote regions), and
  • socio-economic status.

The successful recipient is anticipated to commence in the role on Thursday, 6 May 2021.

Key Responsibilities and Requirements

In addition to the requirements in the Screenwest Crew Attachment Guidelines and Screenwest Terms of Trade, the successful applicant will:

  • Be a Goldfields-Esperance resident and an advocate for the region.
  • Have a genuine passion for landscape photography.
  • Have access to a computer and reliable internet connection.
  • Be detail orientated.
  • Have good written communication skills.
  • Have a working knowledge of Adobe InDesign.
  • Be able to travel for work.
  • Be able to work remotely and be self-motivated.

Previous photography experience is preferred.

Attachment Conditions

It is expected the successful Attachment will:

  • Comply with the Mentor’s workplace rules and requirements for safety and behaviour.
  • Comply with all lawful and reasonable directions given to the Attachment by officers or employees of the Mentor during the Term of the Attachment.
  • Keep confidential any and all privileged information of the Mentor that comes into the Attachment’s possession.

How to Apply

All program guidelines are to be read in conjunction with the Screenwest Terms of Trade.

Applications are to be submitted by email to For emails larger than 8MB, submit your application through Screenwest’s Hightail Account.

An application receipt will be forwarded to the applicant within two working days to confirm that Screenwest has received the application. It is the applicant’s responsibility to contact Screenwest if an application receipt has not been received within this timeframe.

Applications close Tuesday, 20 April 2021 at 5:00pm AWST.

Program Contact

To talk to someone about this opportunity, applicants should contact:

Chantal Chateauneuf, Interim Talent Development Manager
T: +61 8 6169 2107
Toll free: 1800 463 043 (WA country callers only)

Contact Screenwest

T: +61 8 6169 2100

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