Here at the Houston Press, we're all about sharing the stories of the city we live in. We're big believers in the power of storytelling and the need for certain stories to be told.
We're looking for new people to help us share the stories of Houston to a larger audience. More specifically, we're looking for a few good videographers who have the same passion for storytelling that we do.
While we care about technical ability - the ability to shoot, edit and (seriously, this is huge) capture sound - we're not just looking for someone who knows how to put together a slick PR piece. We're looking for real storytellers who like to get out and talk to people, to spend time with them and get them to open up.
If you want to see a few examples of what we've been working on over the past few months, surf on over to our video page and see what the talented videographers we've worked with so far have come up with.
Want to get eyeballs on your video stories? Here's your chance. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com telling us a little bit about your background and experience, and make sure to send us your reel when you do. Good luck!
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