Love being behind the camera and capturing the wonder that HK has to offer? We're on the hunt for fabulous photographers and videographers
Regular readers will know that we here at Honeycombers are all about living the good life. We’re a team who loves to write and create videos about Hong Kong bands like My Little Airport; our fave places to eat, including Hutong and The Joomak; and the latest things we love in HK, such as The Kerry Hotel, Hong Kong and iconic Hong Kong film locations, and right now we have multiple openings for positions as Honeycombers Hong Kong Videographer & Photographer. Wanna know more? Scrolly, scroll, scroll, scroll…
Honeycombers Hong Kong Videographer & Photographer positions – say what?!
That’s right, as our business expands, so do our creative needs, and right now, we are looking to fill both full-time and freelance roles. Maybe you’re just starting out in the video scene or maybe you’re a seasoned pro, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing, if you like our content and want to help us make it, we want to hear from you.
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Posted by Honeycombers Hong Kong on Monday, 6 August 2018
Check out the video above to feel our vibe, or watch all our video work here. Like what you see? Here’s the professional speel (we put the perks down the bottom, so you might wanna go there first!):
Honeycombers Hong Kong Videographer & Photographer roles
We’re a fast-growing digital media business with great brands, strong content teams and exciting opportunities ahead.
We’re looking for a talented and experienced Videographer/Editor to join our dynamic team.
- Strong foundation of established video production procedures
- Strong understanding of Adobe Premiere
- Proficiency in shooting on a DSLR
- Strong communication skills
- Managing schedules and workload
- Participate in conceptualizing original and topical lifestyle content
- Create digital video assets for clients in accordance to their specific needs & best practices
- Ensure quality, consistency and adherence to brand identity in all videos produced
- Regularly review the social & digital work of our competitors & industry leaders to constantly stay at the forefront of video trends
- Design ideas
- 3+ years of experience in video editing and motion graphics
- Ability to edit video from 15-second to 20-minutes in length
- Strong understanding of Premiere, as well as After Effects, Photoshop, etc.
- Create/edit and animate graphics to be used in various videos
- Strong understanding video resolution, codecs, and file conversations
- Experience partnering with creative directors and producers to realize a singular vision
- Experience with colour correction
- Expert understanding of file types used in media production
- Fluent in English, Cantonese a plus
- Self-starter with good time management skills
- Strong social media skills
- Trying out the newest restaurants and bars in town
- Working with a fun, young team
- Regular social gatherings
- International travel for client work
- Seeing your ideas come to life
- Working with one of Asia’s most dynamic new media companies
- Solid support system for growth and diversifying
- Regular free stuff!
Sound like you? Or someone you know? Get sharing!
Follow this link and tell us a bit about yourself and maybe you will be the next Honeycombers Hong Kong Videographer & Photographer.
We can’t wait to meet you and your portfolio 🙂
Not right for this role, but still wanna join our team or just say: hi? Hit us up here.
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