Enjoy being the life of the party? Put that bubbly energy to work at social events with the Studio Booths team of Entertainers and Photographers! We host high energy entertainment photoshoots with unparalleled interactive guest experiences. From corporate installations, red carpet entrances, weddings and birthdays to the most unforgettable mitzvahs you’ve ever witnessed, our styled shoots challenge the expectation of the modern photo-op! We’re continually rethinking and challenging what can be achieved for our clients and looking for charismatic and energetic teammates to support us as we grow.
Job specifics: part time & contract positions available ($14-$25/hour)
Friday & Saturday evenings with occasional weekday, per event basis
*Additional sales and marketing opportunities available
Our photoshoots are designed and hosted by professional photographers and orchestrated by our trained entertainment coaches. Entertainers require no photography, theatrical background, or special degrees but a love of FUN is essential. Candidates must be confident, approachable, energetic, and enthusiastic. The art of entertainment is a developed skill and candidates must be open to spontaneity and honing their creative traits. We’ll show you how to refine those qualities into an engaging skill set to connect with partiers!
In addition to socializing the Entertainer role is very hands on! Entertainers assist in loading, setting and striking each photoshoot, tracking inventory during events, instructing and answering questions from guests, as well as looking out for attendees and other vendors. The events industry is unpredictable so candidates must be timely, professional, attentive to detail, and have a team mentality with enthusiasm to help where needed. We’re on the partying front lines and very often found in the supportive role. Successful events are run by successful teams so it’s not unheard of to see our staff giving directions, taping here and there, holding doors, or encouraging participation when needed.
- Staging & Striking: Loading, setting up and breaking down sets to support the photographer / lead, organizing prop tables, steaming drapes, arranging lighting, running cables, loading & unloading cases, making fun confetti messes & cleaning up those messes!
- Socializing & Motivating: Welcoming guests to the photoshoot, answering questions, helping guests select props, snapping selfies, taking photos with guests for encouragement, giving feedback and being patient with attendees, encouraging those who are hesitant
- Directing & Projecting: Setting the tone, projecting energy and confidence, dressing up, being shamelessly silly, endurance partying, commanding the attention of groups, posing people, challenging guests in the photoshoot, reading people and spontaneously and creatively responding to them, providing instructions for souvenirs and downloads, giving high fives, fist bumps, and hugs when needed
- Observing & Supporting: Monitoring incoming imagery, adjusting set styling, tracking props, finding opportunities for fun imagery, anticipating guests, listening to guests needs, supporting the photographer and lea