Professional Development

Professional Photo Shoot

January 28, 2014
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Would you like a personal portrait taken by SFU's professional photographer? If your answer is yes, then reserve your spot ASAP for the Feb 3, 11AM- 1PM photo session taking place on the Burnaby Campus.

You can use this photo on your LinkedIn profile, or any other media sites you use. We always love to have great photos of our grad students and Postdocs for our webpages and brochures. In return, we'll give you digital copies of all photos taken at your photo session.

These will be shot at SFU's photography studio on the Burnaby campus. Please go to the Teaching and Learning Centre main reception -- Education Building (EDB) 7560 and wait to be taken to the Creative Services studio from there.

Photos will be taken in order of reservations, so reserve early if you want an early spot. Fill out this brief websurvey to reserve your spot. 

You're welcome to bring props for your photo, or pose without them. You can reserve a group photo too, if you want to come with members of a lab or team. 

(If you're unable to make this date we will be holding a second session on February 18 at the Burnaby campus. As well, we will be holding a session on the Vancouver campus this month, date TBD)

Questions? Contact Jackie Amsden, jamsden@sfu.ca 

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