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Webber London

Webber London
18 Newman Street,
London W1T 1PE

+44 (0)20 7439 0678

Webber Gallery
18 Newman Street,
London W1T 1PE

Webber New York

Webber New York
Roulston House, Suite 292
124 9th Street

+1 212 343 7491


Junior Producer | London Office

Salary: Upon Application

Start Date: Immediate


This exciting position requires a dynamic, calm individual with strong production skills and in-depth industry knowledge in both fashion and advertising.

We are looking for someone used to working across multiple productions, who can multitask effectively and remain positive throughout.

Webber is a busy and evolving creative agency set to expand, with exceptional growth potential for the right candidate.

Responsibilities: (include but are not limited to)

  • Working closely with Senior Producer, Agents and Artists alike to ensure the best production experience
  • Working closely with Agents to understand and implement strategic artist development
  • Managing all aspects of shoot production; Optioning, budgeting, shoot scheduling, film development and processing, reconciliation, post production processes, shoot insurance
  • Ability to find effective budget solutions
  • Awareness of talent across all disciplines (Beauty, Set Design, Styling etc)


  • At least 5 years industry experience
  • Fluent French speaker
  • Strong interest in photography and art
  • Able to work effectively under pressure
  • Knowledge and experience of moving image pre and post production
  • Personable and collaborative approach
  • Existing industry relations with suppliers and artists alike

Junior Agent / Studio Manager | New York Office

Salary: Dependent on experience

Start Date: Immediate


WEBBER represents is looking for a JUNIOR AGENT/STUDIO MANAGER, for our NEW YORK office. This position requires a proactive, professional and talented individual with a passion for photography, contemporary art, and fashion. The candidate will support Senior Agent’s in maintaining artist, client and brand relationships, as well as executing marketing strategies. The ideal applicant will be opportunity-driven, have knowledge of production and the ability to multi-task, whilst maintaining a calm, confident and effective manner.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Work closely with agents on all aspects of artist development and strategy for the Photography and Creative divisions
  • Manage artist calendars, complex schedules, option artist teams and production vendors, as needed
  • Create and reconcile budgets, check vendor invoices and invoice clients
  • Develop client relationships and build on industry contacts through client research and contact database updates
  • Create new business leads for artists and agency
  • Work across marketing for the agency – create newsletters, capture and analyze analytics, strategize and update social channels
  • Oversee and update artist portfolios
  • Create client PDFs using CRM system and collaborate on advertising treatments
  • Field incoming calls and requests and provide day-to-day office support as needed in a small, but busy office
  • Ability to be flexible across office tasks
  • Aware of new and established talent that reflect the high standard of the existing agency roster.


  • Industry experience
  • Highly motivated and an excellent written and verbal communicator
  • Strong communication, organization and negotiation skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Agency experience preferred but not required

Please send cover letter and CV to


Ilya Lipkin, Everything Could Change

Ilya Lypkin | Everything Could Change
15th February - 02nd March 2019

Private View: 14th February | 6-9PM

Ilya Lipkin presents eleven candid photographs with fifteen young women subjects. 

Although many of the subjects certainly still call themselves girls, it is clear that these photographs are of and about women. In the younger ones especially I see the blank defiance of my teenage years, the awareness of holding a new currency. But because none of them are nerds, and none of them are fully immersed in some alternative subculture, it's clear that they want at this time to participate in society at large and therefore visible upon all of them are the abstractions required to achieve this. The women mostly betray the deeply middle-class sense of one's new attractiveness being in relation to the world.

These women exhibit a moment in popular vernacular uniform, protagonists in a global image system linked by commercial fashion and technology. They seem to intuitively deflect any insight into an interior life. How do the boys their age individuate them, how do they choose the girls they like, or become infatuated by? It might at this moment be considered political for a man to photograph young women, but it could as easily be a personal and moving reflection on what was a young man's fascination with and natural attraction to them, to the mystery of their attitude toward this transformation into a public being.

Present in the unmistakeable immediacy of these photos of the generation most aware of their own photographic image, taken with the latest technology at this particularly global moment in fashion after several years of feminist uprising is the old universal appeal of a woman thoughtfully considered.

Text courtesy of Elise Duryee-Browner, Svetlana Gallery, 2019.

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Webber Gallery
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