What does a Photographer / Videographer do?
Create content for social media, portraits, photo journalism, videos
The quick answer is just about everything these days. Before the internet the photographer typically specialized in areas such as fashion, documentary, food and beverage, portraiture, sports, news, architectural, landscape, travel, product and advertising. The videographers in early days were more limited and their major areas were training films and news. With enormous changes in the profession, and new skills needed, new career opportunities have been born. Produce digital data, color capture, lighting and sound to expand your opportunities.
"My parents convinced me to pursue a business degree which I’m thankful I did. After graduating, they gave me the chance to give photography a shot. I would not be where I am now without their support!"
Ken Pao pursued his real dream, a career as a photographer. Since graduating from Miami Ad School, he worked as a fashion photographer, in the tech world and now specializes in workplace photography.
Who is This Program For?
You've finished school and want a fast track to a creative career. You're in a job that doesn't fit you (lawyer, accountant, admin, teacher). You can't imagine doing that for the rest of your life. This program is for creative thinkers who are serious about starting a new career.
This School is Different
You'll learn by doing—no tests, no textbooks. Instead of professors, you'll be mentored by photographers and ad agency professionals. You'll work with real clients while you're still in school. You'll develop a global perspective through internships around the world, and win awards that will help you land your dream job.