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Our job vacancies are listed below, please send in your CV and a cover letter explaining your suitability for the role to jobs@snowboard.com – we’re always on the lookout for keen new talent!

Looking for your best snowboarding photos and videos

If you have photos or video you’d like to submit to snowboard.com we’d love to see it – We love having fresh content for our site and we like to keep the quality of riding and filming on the site as high as possible. Please send us low res jpgs/footage via email and we will request the high res/film if we intend to publish.

For videos please include hi-res images with your submission and send us a few details about yourself and the video, it helps if we know a bit more about you and your story. This is your moment, show us your skills. Send your work to content@snowboard.com

We will happily accept submissions from anyone and eagerly watch what you send us as time permits. We will get back to your email as quickly as we can, but space is limited and competitive, so don’t be disheartened if we turn content down.

Copyright; please make sure if you have the rights to share the videos and photos you send our way. Snowboard.com will not take responsibly for any copyright infringements.

Advice for budding photographers

Are you just starting out and wondering how to get a foot into the professional photography scene?

Try going to a few events where you can shoot some pros and high level snowboarding. Like anything, practice makes perfect, and the more you shoot the more you’ll learn. The more time you spend out shooting gives you more chances to build relationships with good snowboarders. As well as the opportunity to be in the right place at the right time.

Be critical of your work. We want your best edit before sending them to be viewed, especially with everyone shooting thousands of digital images at a time.

It’s also a good idea to submit a package of shots that could be run as a story, and then get someone to put words to the pictures. Alternatively, details of the pictures are required to cover the where, when, what so we can have our editors make your shots into a story.
Remember – quality over quantity!

Please do not send duplicate images to all the snowboarding websites / magazines, in case we decide to purchase and image or footage, we need it to be original content.

Send your submission to your favourite place first snowboard.com (obviously, why else are you reading this page!).

Send your submissions to content@snowboard.com

Writers we want your stories

We will be happy to read your stories. If you’ve never written anything for us before that’s OK, but we will want proof of your writing skills before commissioning anything – so please send in examples of previous work you’ve had published, or anything you have jotted down, ideas or scribbles you might have lying around. As long as we see the quality of your work and get a feel for your writing style.

You may be the best writer in the world, however photography draws in our viewer’s attention. If you have the skills to do both please send in pictures to support your writing. If we can’t fill the article with suitable pictures then unfortunately we may not be able to post it.

Make sure to link and/or reference any images borrowed or facts used.

Picking a topic that’s easily matched with generic shots is what we are looking for so we can match it with our archive images. Otherwise look to team up with a photographer, or snowboarding crew and work together to submit a complete article. The more unique and original your ideas the better, Knock our socks off!

Go Forth and Shred…
Send your submissions to content@snowboard.com