My move to Boston has created a staff opening at the
Valley News in West Lebanon, New Hampshire.
This is a great paper in a beautiful part of the
country. Photography is well respected here, and the
photo staff is given plenty of time to work on
If you have any questions I’d be happy to help answer
them. The official posting is below.
The Valley News is seeking a staff photographer to
join its five-person
The Valley News is an award-winning 17,500 daily
morning newspaper on the Vermont/New Hampshire border.
Owned by Newspapers of New England (the Concord
Monitor and Greenfield Recorder are part of the same
group), the paper covers a region that includes 46
towns in four
counties; the areaâ€™s core includes Hanover and
Lebanon, N.H., White
River Junction, Vt., and Dartmouth College.
The newspaper is known for its documentary photography
and encourages different perspectives. The newspaper
values staff photos and displays them prominently.
The staff photographer will be working with the
newspaper’s other two
full-time staff photographers, photo intern and photo
editor to cover a
range of assignments and enterprise work. The photo
staff produces at
least two picture pages a week.
The Valley News is fully digital one camera body, two
lenses and a
flash are provided to each photographer for use on the
job. The newspaper also has pool lighting equipment
and a sports lens. Computer work is done on a
The incoming photographer must supply an insured car.
Please send a cover letter, resume, salary
requirements and a portfolio
of about 20 single images and two or three stories.
Please send a cover
letter, resume and portfolio on CD. Portfolios will
not be returned
without an SASE.
The deadline for applications is June 15, 2007.
Please send your application to:
Geoff Hansen, Photo/Graphics Editor
P.O. Box 877
White River Jct., Vt. 05001
Questions? Send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org