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Are you looking to join a dynamic team of Creatives in a fun and growing work environment?

Alice Park Photography is seeking a part time Production Assistant who is excited to be part of a boutique-style photography company.

Job Description:  Part time Production Assistant reporting directly to Alice Park and lead Designer.  Work in partnership with the Alice Park Photography team to fulfill post production work for principle photographer, Alice Park.

Responsible for:

  1. Editing raw images and post production work for principle photographer, Alice Park and Team Associate Photographers
  2. Creating client galleries and slideshows
  3. Print order fulfillment, tracking, packaging and delivery
  4. Designing client session albums and annual baby albums
  5. Managing the daily and weekly workflow of production, order fulfillment and design
  6. Communicating with staff members of studio workflow and order status
  7. Communicating with clients for album design and print production

Attributes we look for:

  1. Enthusiastic, positive and eager to work in a team environment
  2. Self-motivated, goal-oriented, fantastic time management and organization skills
  3. Strong people interactive and communication skills
  4. Can work under short deadlines, last minute, and on time-sensitive projects.  Deadline-oriented.
  5. A quick learner and creative thinker
  6. Attention to detail
  7. A people person
  8. Professional approach to time, costs, and deadlines


  1. Graphic Design Skills and proficiency in:  Adobe Creative Suite – Photoshop CS, Illustrator, InDesign
  2. Knowledge/experience in transferring large batches of photos and finished files via FTP/Dropbox/etc
  3. Technically savvy and can setup system profiles, web/email accounts, etc

Hardware/Software Requirements:

Production Assistant must possess their own laptop/desktop and design software to complete job

How to Apply:

Send resume and cover letter to

For more information about our company, please visit and


My dear sweet daughter, Elise –

There will come a time when you will be ready to leave our nest to venture out into the world so you can find your place and purpose.  My mother raised my sisters and I to be strong, independent and loved women, and it is my hope that when it’s your time – you’ll be ready and confident in your strides…

I’ve learned a lot, experienced a lot, and witnessed a lot over the years.  Bits of wisdom came along the way, as well as a lot of tough mistakes and lessons learned.  As you grow older and mature over the years, I hope these 5 things help you be the best *you* you can be:

1.  As soon as you humanly can – master the skill of multi-tasking, scheduling & juggling life.  As a woman, you will always wear many hats.  Sometimes it’s not fair and sometimes, it will overwhelm you.  You will manage five tasks at once…always.  And you will get the least amount of sleep of anyone in your home… But I will teach you this art over the years, and I promise you – it will serve you (and all those around you) well.

2.  I will spend the next 20+ years teaching you what to look for in a perfect partner.  And you will learn from your own experience too…  But one thing is certain:  find a man that both respects you and adores you.  One can not come without the other…  And yes, you will go your entire lives working through your differences and choosing your battles, but the exact chemical makeup of your love must and should be defined by equal parts of Respect and Adoration.  You deserve no less, my sweet girl…

3.  You’ll hear this more times than not in life, especially from me – Find your passion.  Then be really, really good at it.  Then find a way to make a living from it.  Many will tell you to work hard in school with the goal of a well-paying profession.  And in your spare time – maybe you can carve time for your interests.  But I will tell you that life is too short to not do what you love  It truly is.  So take it from me and dedicate your life to dreaming big doing what you love most.

4.  You will be defined by so many things in life…  By what you do.  By where you come from.  By what skin color you have.  By who you surround yourself with.  You’ll spend many years figuring out how you want to be defined and how you want to make your mark on this world.  But I sincerely hope to show you that all of those things – though characterizing – will not define who you are.  Be kind. Be civic-minded.  Be generous.  Be thoughtful.  Make an impact on those around you, and I promise your life will portray a life of meaning.

5.  And lastly and most importantly – Come home.  A lot.  Bring your spouse, your children, your loved ones.  And share your life with me every day through whatever medium consumes you.  Never will I stop teaching you, stop caring for you, or stop loving you.  Ever.




Not too long ago, I received a call from a past client about a new children’s Christmas book she was launching this season.  Being a mother of young children, my eyes immediately lit up!  I am always on the look out for favorites to add to my children’s library, especially from local authors.  It makes it even more special when I have the opportunity to work with the author to create imagery she can use to help promote the book.

We played around both in studio and on location for a collection of styled and lifestyle photographs.  I especially loved sampling the the reindeer dust after the photographs were taken – I can see my kids gobbling it up on Christmas Eve!  Such a fun and sweet book I hope every family takes home and reads to their children this holiday season!


The fabulous author Kate and her sweet children!


There are far few things better in life than celebrating a dear friend and the birth of her beautiful boy.  Chaffee and I have been friends for a long time, and one thing that I know well about her is that she loves to show her close friends how special they are, but she rarely likes to be the recipient of equally thoughtful gestures.

Which is precisely why her sister Kiery and friends – Jany, Kristin, Lesley and I -collaborated behind her back to plan a surprise shower for Chaffee.

“Frogs and Snails & Puppy Dog Tails. That’s what little boys are made of.”  This was such a fun theme to plan a shower around.  Since Chaffee was expecting her 2nd son and we knew there was nothing more she loved than spending quality time with her family in their garden, we went to work planning a summer garden party for Chaffee’s baby shower.  But like many things in life, it didn’t quite go as planned.  The day before her scheduled surprise shower, Chaffee’s doctor put her on bed rest… And so we all scrambled to reschedule the shower (still without her knowing, which proved to be incredibly tricky with many out of town guests) for this Fall.

In the end, it could not have been a more perfect celebration of this very special baby and family.  Klaus John entered this world in early October and Chaffee’s dear friends and family gathered for a special Sip & See celebration to meet him.  It could not have been a more perfect day…

The details of this event were very special… I always enjoy putting together sweet events, but this has been one of my favorites.  Here are the invitation suites that went out to each of Chaffee’s guests.  They were printed on a 120lb thick card stock and the 2 inserts were bound together with a coordinating belly band.  The envelops were lined with a beautiful garden green liner and finished with fun little boy vintage stamps.  Loved the way they turned out!


Since the Sip & See included the little man, we tried to incorporate thoughtful details with his name – like these hand lettered bunting decor pieces. Love.


We hosted the event in Kiery’s backyard – the perfect backdrop for our garden themed party.


Some fun details…


And of course, we loved seeing Chaffee surrounded by so many of her dearest friends…



The event was catered by Hannah of Zest Atlanta Catering.  They did a fabulous job incorporating fun details in their menu.  How adorable are these little puppy dogs & frog cookies?!


Our bar set up with Chaffee’s very own signature cocktail – the Baby Bellini.  It was delicious!


And one of our favorite elements of the shower was having our guests help build Baby Klaus’ library.  Everyone would choose a favorite book to dedicate to Baby Klaus, then they would take a photo of themselves and inscribe a sweet message to him.   We all had a lot of fun with this!


And how adorable are these mud pies?  Jany & Lesley woke up at the crack of dawn to make these sweet favors for our guests to take home to their little ones.  Each were filled with layers of sugary goodness!


In the end, it was the perfect celebration of this little man’s arrival and his wonderful family.  There is no amount of words or gifts that can show them how much they are loved…