New York City, New York (US)
05 Jan 2022
25 Jan 2022
Contract Type
Full Time

As the Producer, reporting to the Creative Director, you will be responsible for producing and coordinating content from a to z. In this role, you will be accountable for processing financial data to ensure budgets are maintained, as well as liaise with vendors and internal teams throughout the production process. 

Some of What You’ll Do:

  • Review creative brief in pre-production stage in order to flag any potential budget and/or scheduling realities
  • Liaise with photographers/directors’ agents/producers to brief in creative partners, bid and award job, and kick-off production
  • Partner closely with network of internal departments (i.e., Fashion Office, Creative, Talent, Marketing, Project Management) to secure shoot and style-out/prep dates, photographer/director, talent, preferred styling and glam team, crew, locations, product
  • Organize all aspects of a shoot within approved budget developed by and with Director.
  • Provide general on-set production support; supervise shot list plus stills and motion captures throughout the shoot day to ensure deliverables are being captured
  • Create and distribute call sheets; manage handover of shoot capture drive to Creative and post-production vendors.
  • Work with Project Management to establish schedules and track progress of post-production
  • Traffic stills and video assets through internal (Creative, Marketing, Fashion Office, etc.) and external (creative agencies, if applicable) parties for timely review, feedback and approval (scheduling group reviews as necessary).
  • Schedule meetings in relation to pre-production, shoot production, and post production
  • Manage and organize information and documents relating to all productions; maintain and update job folders for all shoots/projects.
  • Assist with management and processing of financial data and records in the production department, including estimates, invoices, purchase orders, etc.; 
  • Maintain close communication with Finance team on budget forecasting, reporting, and monthly close; vendor follow-up for all deal memos/contracts, invoices and/or production related paperwork needed to wrap projects.
  • Develop and manage relationships with artists’ agents/reps; stay abreast of new and up and coming talent for current and upcoming projects.

Some of What You’ll Need:

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in shoot and post production. Agency experience a plus
  • College degree in photography, film, or creative field preferred
  • Mastery of Microsoft and/or Apple iWork Office Suite (Word/Pages, Excel/Numbers, PowerPoint/Keynote) skills with 
  • Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (e.g., Photoshop, Bridge, Lightroom)
  • Ability to travel to LA about one week per season 

Some of Who You Are:

  • Dynamic and a creative problem solver
  • Organized with strong ability to multitask
  • Must be able to handle multiple projects and deadlines at once 
  • Comfortable with a high level of ambiguity 

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