Have you got what it takes to work on the next Brighton Fringe marketing campaign?
We are looking for a talented Brighton-based photographer/animator/graphic designer to work with us on bringing our 2015 creative campaign to life.
Why submit your work?
“It was one of the best experiences I've ever had. Brighton Fringe were great to work with. I enjoyed having my work literally everywhere in the town I live in - it was an incredible privilege. As a result, more people started buying my work online, I was commissioned by a French magazine as well as having other projects in the pipeline including a big contract with Network Rail.” - Carlos Garde-Martin, Brighton Fringe cover artist 2013
• Your work will be on 100,000 printed Brighton Fringe brochures, our website (over 200,000 unique visitors in 2014) and our large outdoor banners on New Road and at venues all around Brighton and Hove, as well as a series of mini teaser animations across our social media platforms with the overall OTS of well over two million people between February and May 2015.
• It offers a great opportunity for you to add to your portfolio, gain valuable work experience at one of the largest fringe festivals in the world and meet A LOT of very different people.
Will you be paid for this?
This is an unpaid opportunity but we are able to contribute £1000 towards expenses.
How to apply (and deadlines)
Selected applicants will be sent a more detailed brief when they apply and will be invited to put together some initial sketches, due in by 15 September.
The final candidate will be selected by 26 September.
The majority of the work is expected to be completed in October – November, however there may be some ongoing tasks from time to time until end February 2015.
If you're interested in volunteering for Brighton Fringe, you can find out more here.