Washington DC photographer John Harrington: Mira Zaki in Washington, DC.If you are seeing this message, you may need to upgrade your flash player
Going to XM radio was cool, and despite the fact that I wasn’t a fan of any of the artists I saw, it was a fun experience.
Networking/having the opportunity to meet fellow photographers and many other people who can be good contacts to further my career. (plus, its just nice to be in the company of like-minded people in your industry.)
Being able to use the office after hours, as well as using any camera gear/equipment that wasn’t currently being used.
Often times tasks given with little details, or being asked to find something that has unknown whereabouts.
Sometimes it was difficult to obtain help on some tasks as well/being expected to know some things that I didn’t.
Disorganization of the office and of camera gear made things difficult to find/be used and also made tasks inefficient and often times unable to be completed.
Unrealistic expectations of keeping up to a 6-foot-7 man while carrying heavy bags.
Fast and erratic driving is also a bit stressful for those of us who have been in multiple car accident.
Just too much yelling makes the environment negative and unpleasant and also made motivation decrease.
What I Learned:
To no give up.