Wildlife Photographer Resume

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Steven Jones

4095 Whaley Lane

Menomonee Falls, WI 53051

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Job Objective To obtain the Wildlife Photographer position within your company and provide excellent service.

Highlights of Qualifications:

  • Extensive experience of capturing images and producing photographs of wildlife in their habitats
  • Immense knowledge of outdoor survival techniques, wildlife tracking methods, and management of environmental issues
  • Remarkable knowledge of proper use of cameras and lenses in photography
  • Familiarity with image capturing, editing and printing procedures
  • Ability to trail specific wildlife and rare animals, in safe and dangerous environments
  • Ability to take vivid picturesof wildlife,during daytime and at night

Professional Experience:

Wildlife Photographer

Dallas Zoo Management, Inc., Menomonee Falls, WI

August 2012 – Present

Responsibilities:

  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with local and non-local environmental conservation organizations.
  • Took, processedand delivered high quality photographs of wildlife and landscape.
  • Prepared and provided appropriate photographic content to support wildlife education and wildlife conservation efforts.
  • Selected and delivered visually appealing photographs, for use in online resources and publications.
  • Hosted fundraising events and raised funds for environmental conservation organizations.
  • Shot pictures of wildlife at different hours of dayand night, depending on given assignment.

Wildlife Photographer

Tampa’s Lowry Park Zoo, Menomonee Falls, WI

May 2009 – July 2012

Responsibilities:

  • Travelled to various locations and photographed wildlife in their natural surroundings.
  • Waited in the territory of specific animal, to take its pictures on arrival.
  • Braved potentially dangerous situations and captured naturalpictures of wildlife.
  • Edited, processed and enhanced all the photographs taken, using computer technology.
  • Created vivid and high quality photos of wildlife animals and vegetation.
  • Updated and maintained latest information related to photographic technology and wildlife species.

Education

Bachelor’s Degree in Wildlife Photography

Mars Hill College, Mars Hill, NC

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