Photography & Multimedia
The strategy for Photography & Multimedia in Marketing & Communications (MarCom) is to enhance the University's public image, increase the public's awareness of Pacific's accomplishments and events and develop consistent communications that build upon the University's reputation with its many constituents.
Priority projects include student recruitment materials, fundraising materials for the University as a whole, Pacific Magazine and the Pacific University website.
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MarCom can help facilitate photography and multimedia needs that are not listed above by submitting a request. We first look at available images and video when we receive submissions. We evaluate and determine if the request fits into priorities, scope and resources. The following options are available.
MarCom can help coordinate the hiring of student photographers and/or videographers or local freelancers if staff cannot accommodate requests for services. Students and freelancers are an option for departments with budgets for photography and video.
A selection of Pacific University photos can be viewed on Pacific's Flickr Webpage. They are available to download once you become a contact of Pacific University's photostream. This requires that you register for a free account with Flickr. Photos of Campus life, campus scenes and Pacific events are added regularly.
Requests for File Photos
Campus personnel and outside agencies that would like to request a search for past Pacific photos or videos should make their request through Parrish Evans, Manager of Multimedia at email@example.com or 503-352-2197.
A selection of Pacific University videos can be viewed on Pacific's Vimeo Webpage. These videos can be linked to or embedded within webpages. If you would like to request a copy of a video for a presentation please contact Parrish Evans, Manager of Multimedia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View Pacific Photos & Videos
Check out Pacific Photos & Videos to see our videos and photo galleries.
Two-week advance notice is a minimum for scheduling purposes to begin a project. Large projects need a longer lead-time as we are frequently working 4 to 6 weeks out. All requests go through an approval process and you will receive an email once a decision has been made if we are able to complete your request, if we have assets that you can use or suggestions on other options. To make an assignment request, please email Parrish Evans, Manager of Multimedia, at email@example.com with the following information.
- Project name
- How will the photos or video be used?
- Detailed project description
- Photography or Video?
- Expected completion date
Multimedia Release Forms
Pacific Multimedia Resources
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