That’s right, folks, Wastechester is looking for a Photographer & Videographer Intern to help with all things photo and video related.

Working across both the website and the upcoming events, you’ll have the chance to get involved in all areas of Wastechester, which could mean re-sizing images for the website, researching pictures of squirrels, getting all access to the latest and best events, and even helping to find the next pair of fun bags for Wastechester.

You’ll need to have a thorough nature and the ability to pay close attention to detail, as well as having a reasonable technical knowledge of and interest in photography and videography. You’ll also need strong knowledge and experience with Photoshop and or Final Cut or Adobe Premier.

Applicants should be able to commit to a period of three months, five days a week, although flexibility can be discussed for suitable candidates. Please note: while this is an unpaid position with no guarantee of full-time employment at the end of your internship, this is an excellent opportunity for a hard-working individual to learn and impress. Expenses can be discussed for the right candidate. You’ll be working mostly from home.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter, explaining why you would like to work at Wastechester and why you think you would be suitable, along with the earliest date you could start, to, with ‘Picture Intern’or ‘Video Intern’ in the subject line.


Styling rock stars and models is pretty much the bomb as jobs go, right? Well, as luck would have it, Wastechester is looking for a talented, ambitious and outgoing Fashion Editor to style everyone from models to artists. You’ll need to make our pictures kick ridiculous amounts of arse, compiling awesome product pages and styling people amazingly. You’ll need to be able to write passionately and be confident overseeing the styling and product coverage throughout the whole site.

You will also need:
Strong editorial and writing skills to complement the Wastechester brand.
 A bulging contact book and collection of references.
 Ideas for monetizing brands in changing times for the industry.
 Confidence arranging and styling the main fashion shoot, plus styling feature shoots (with assistance).
 Your finger on the pulse of current trends, not only in fashion and music but in general.

Send CV and covering letter as to why you are perfect for this amazing opportunity to



Fancy pulling your finger out and doing some professional writing – maybe even using the very same poo-stained finger that you’ve just pulled out of your arse? You do? Well as it happens, Wastechester is looking for shit-hot new writers. All you need to do is send us the lovely stuff listed below, and if your scribblings tickle our happy-sticks, then Bob is very much your uncle.

We’ll be needing the following:

UN: Two ideas for Wastechester features. Be as detailed as you like.

DEUX: A review (written in the Wastechester style) of a film, album, place, person you’ve slept with or inanimate object you’re fond of.

TROIS: An epic pun for photo you’ve dug up on the internet and the name of somebody you’d love to interview for Wastechester – and three questions you’d ask them.

Email your applications to, puh-lease.

(Sorry, but due to the large number of job apps we receive and our raging alcohol dependency we regret that we won’t be able to respond to non-successful sender-inners.)



Wastechester is looking for talented and exciting media interns who have an understanding of web skills as well as design. The position does not call for any professional experience, just a desire to bring buckets of ideas into the WC office. Wastechester is a multimedia format, and our website and videos need to reflect the energy of the site.

A good understanding of Wastechester.
Excellent knowledge of the content and Artists that we feature.
Bursting with ideas and energy.
Ideas of how to make the website sing and dance.
Decent writing/blogging skills.
Confidence to see ideas through to implementation.
Willingness to give everything that extra bit of effort to make it amazing rather than just good.

If you’re interested, send us a 50-word-or-so description of what you think the Wastechester brand is, and a description of a feature you’d like to make for the site if money was no object. We’re talking end-of-the-rainbow shit, here. E-mail – good luck!