- Date Posted February 08, 2019
- Location Anywhere
- Category Culinary / Nonprofit
- Job Type Freelance
There are more hungry people in New York than there are citizens of San Francisco.
At Lemontree we show up every day at work and solve this problem. We’re a non-profit that sells family dinner.
Our systemic solution helps low-income families set the table with a dignified, affordable and healthy dinner. We deliver meal-kits with everything a mom needs to cook a delicious meal for just $2 per serving.
We’re a small team of three that operates like a high-growth startup. We’ve raised money from some of the top VCs and founders in NYC and we’re on track to deliver tens of thousand meals this year (we launched in mid 2018).Job Description
We’re looking for a remote food photographer to help us photograph delicious, healthy, and affordable recipes for low-income families.
We’ll pay you a flat rate per recipe ($75) to cook a meal and take photos of the procedure and final product.
Our customers deserve the best. We believe that low-income families deserve a quality dinner, and we communicate that through bright, colorful photos that showcase the tasty and balanced meals we provide. These pictures are integral to our operations.
We’ll provide a recipe. You’ll need to buy the ingredients, cook the meal, style, shoot and edit photos. Each recipe will involve one retouched and styled photo of the final plate and 5-12 simple photos of the recipe in process (like this: http://trylemontree.com/chicken_meatball)You will also have to edit the photos.
All of our photos are shot overhead on a simple background. You should have a setup and experience shooting pictures like this.
Food styling is crucial to success in this role. For every recipe you shoot, we’ll rely on you to not just cook, shoot and edit, but also style meals so that they look crave-worthy.
We expect a volume of 1-3 recipes per week.
To apply, please send example photos you’ve taken in a similar style to email@example.com.Compensation this position is PAID: stipend How to apply