THIS FRIDAY at midnight is the deadline to apply for our Fall 2017 High School Internship Program!!! ❤
Positions include Videography, Social Media Marketing, Customer Relations, Product Research & Development, etc. Not all areas for internships are offered during every internship cycle. Applicants must be attending a Fort Wayne high school for their senior year. Check with your high school for your specific school’s internship/co-op rules and regulations.
For more information about the program and to submit your application, click here!
This fall, we have two amazing senior women — Claire and Sharon.
Claire Hegge is a senior at Concordia Lutheran High School and she LOVES photography! Claire is highly motivated to pursue her art and is mad skilled at conceptual photography.
“I’m not exactly sure where the interest began, I just use to play around with a little pink digital camera that was gifted to me around the age of 12. When I quite literally used that camera to its death, I was then upgraded to my very first Nikon. It was the best gift I’ve ever received. I really enjoy shooting portraits in general and my main passion is conceptual portrait photography. My biggest inspiration is Kirsty Mitchell, and her amazing series Wonderland. My biggest dream is to be able to sell and display my art work across the country and maybe even the world. I would love to create a book full of my work and with things such as behind the scenes as well, similar to Kirsty’s Wonderland book. I’m beyond thrilled to be working with Shadowlands this semester! I hope to learn and grow so much as a photographer and person.”
Sharon Kim is a senior from Blackhawk Christian. She is interested in photography itself as well as editing and marketing. This is her first internship experience and she’s eager to learn more about her dream job and to experience what it’s like.
“I am the daughter of two missionaries, Edward and Hia Kim. I was born in Los Angeles, CA. When I was about two years old, I moved to Fort Wayne, IN. This when I learned my first two languages, Korean and English. Two years later, my father packed everything up and we all moved to Nez Ziona, a little bit north of Tel Aviv, Israel, and so by the time I turned five years old, I had fluently learned three languages. When I was little, my mom loved taking pictures of the pretty, exotic flowers they had in Israel. I was fascinated with the old little point and shoot camera that she had owned at that time. And living in Israel, a poor yet rich cultured country, I guess ever since then, I’ve been wanting to become a photographer who can bring help to those people’s poor, yet rich lives. But at the end of my third grade year, my family had gotten kicked out of Israel because of governmental issues, so we moved to Canada, where we’ve lived for two years, then afterwards we moved back to Fort Wayne, IN, where we have lived ever since.”
If you (or a #ClassOf2018 high school junior that you know) is interested in interning with Shadowlands Photography in the fall of 2017, please complete our online application at https://shadowlandsphotography.wufoo.com/forms/q1wp6a3n1x1w9di/.
A high school intern has just joined Shadowlands Photography for nine months of “photography boot camp” here in Fort Wayne, Indiana. “I’ve had a camera in my hands as long as I can remember,” says Erin Butler of Concordia Lutheran High School. When she first expressed interest in photography, her parents bought her a beloved Barbie camera. She’s more tech-savvy these days, thanks partly to her Photoshop-wizard father. “I am an aspiring photo-journalist and I am so excited about all that I will learn during my internship,” she says.
Erin’s second passion in life is riding. She has been riding horses since she was one year old at Orchard Creek Stables.
This coming June, Erin will graduate Concordia Lutheran High School, where she has taken so many photography classes that the school actually developed a double advanced photography class for her to continue her pursuits of mastering photography.
At Shadowlands Photography, she hopes for a chance to learn more about lighting and the “business side” of running a photography company. Erin – may you realize just how powerful you are. Let your light shine!