Stock Photo and Video Production Internship Program

FatCamera is preparing an internship program for the summer of 2019 in Toronto, Ontario for photographers and videographers interested in getting involved with producing licensable visual content. We only have space for a limited number of applicants. We will release application requirements and details by the end of February.

Author: Christopher Futcher

Christopher Futcher is an entrepreneur and investor. His main goal in life is to find meaning in work and relationships. Chris is the founder of multiple creative portfolios and production companies. He currently oversees two production teams and a post-production team who work together creating licensable visual content. Chris spent his first 14 years on the island of Kauai in Hawaii. From 14 to 19 he lived in rural Oregon then Nebraska for three years. At the age of 22 he joined the US Navy and became a Helicopter Search and Rescue Swimmer. He spent six years in the US Navy. While stationed in Japan for four years he learned basic conversational Japanese and ran the Tokyo marathon twice. In 2009 he registered a company to produce stock photos to help pay for university. In 2011 he registered a company that used his custom built drones to fly cinema cameras capturing previously impossible shots. Chris' work appears all around the world in campaigns for nearly every major brand and thousands of unknown brands as well. Chris enjoys spending his time with his wife and playing with his three children. He also regularly enjoys reading, meditating, running, swimming, snowboarding, and waterskiing

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