Keep your eyes peeled on this page for any job opportunities we have for our members! These usually range from paid College/Society Balls to Sports Events to other event work.

Looking for an experienced photographer to capture your event? Contact us to add your listing below, as well as on our weekly email and Facebook Group!


An emerging fashion society is looking for someone interested in fashion photography to collaborate with for a photoshoot. The vacancy would be best suited to someone with access to cameras. For more information, contact: eleanor.e.banks@durham.ac.uk .

Upcoming Project:

John Snow College is looking for a photographer for the Winter Ball on the 30th of November. Food and transportation will be provided, and the price is open for negotiation. For more information, contact richard.freeman@durham.ac.uk .

John Snow
Winter Ball:

A photographer is needed for the Northumbrian Universities Air Squadron Christmas party, on the 6th of December at the Radisson Blu Hotel. The evening includes a dinner and disco, and a photographer would be needed around the times of 7-12PM. This is a paid opportunity, and you can find out more information by contacting katie.r.smith@durham.ac.uk .

Northumbrian Universities Air Squadron:

DU Poetry Society's online blog “The Gentian” is looking for photography submissions on the theme of “Time” for it's Michaelmas term publication. The deadline is Friday 7th December. For more information, you can find out more here.

DU Poetry Society:

Josephine Butler College is looking for a photographer for their Winter Ball on the 12th of December from 6.30PM-12AM at Ramside Hall. This will be a paid vacancy, and for more information, contact jake.magarry@durham.ac.uk.

Josephine Butler College:

The Palatinate Newspaper is looking for photography submissions for general photos of Durham and Durham University to use as cover images for future online publications. If anyone is interested in having their photos being used (with full credit) in the future, feel free to send them through to harriet.f.willis@durham.ac.uk.

Palatinate Newspaper