Admin (Current Employee), Brookfield, CT – January 24, 2013
Pros: raises every year, gas compensation, co-workers, outdoors when it's warm
Cons: seasonal work, once winter season hits there's very little work
It's a great company to work for. The job is basically seasonal between fall and spring but you're guaranteed a lot of work as long as you keep your availability open. You get a raise just about every season or every year, when it's nice during fall/spring you get to be outside. Must be trained to shoot indoor but anyone can be an admin. The people – more... who work for the company are really nice and a lot of fun to work with. You're compensated for gas/tolls/hotels.
Hardest part of the job is just getting the hang of it but once you understand what you're doing and can answer the questions parents have, it's pretty easy. – less
Photographer (Current Employee), Trenton, NJ – January 3, 2013
Typical day at work will be outside with over 900 kids or no less then 30 kids. I have learned to cope with kids and their parents and to also manage the front desk with overlapping parents with lots of questions. All co-workers are professionally trained. The hardest part of the job might just be the cold if it is a early morning shoot. The most enjoyable – more... part of the job working with the kids and seeing how fast the time goes by while your working. – less