Be A Part Of The Festival Team

Planning for our 2016 season and festival is in full swing and we’re looking for volunteers to join the Festival Working Group – one of our key teams for season. Joining a working group is an exciting opportunity to use your skills, gain new ones, contributing to the community. This is a rare opportunity to gain significant experience and exposure to all facets of festival administration and execution.

The Festival Working Group Expressions Of Interest guide outlines what the working group might be involved with, as well as detailing the application process and desirable skills for applicants.

DOWNLOAD THE EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST GUIDE

Applications close 30 June 2015.

David Watson

221 Sydney Park Road, Erskineville NSW 2043, Australia

Chief Strategist David Watson is a 20+ year sales and marketing veteran that has worked across different industries with a diverse range of businesses. Prior to launching Strategy Point, David was employed by photo print retailer Momento for over 7 years and in that time was instrumental in growing Momento from startup into a successful brand and service with millions of dollars of annual revenue. This experience provides his clients with unique insights and an unparalleled perspective of photographic consumers, sales and marketing, and maximising business opportunities. David has a Diploma in Strategic Marketing and is currently undertaking an Advanced Diploma of Marketing course. He is an associate member of the Australian Marketing Institute, a member of the National Board for the Australian Institute of Professional Photography, and is a member of the advisory board for the Head On Photo Festival. In his spare time David walks his pooch Rosie around Sydney Park, hones his photography, cheers for the Sydney Swans, indulges in reality TV and dreams of overseas holidays. He also supports two organizations that are close to his heart - Twenty10 who provide support for homeless gay and lesbian youth, and Assistance Dogs Australia who provide freedom and independence to people with physical disabilities.