UberEATS Photographer, Westchester and Nassau County Based

Uber Overview

The UberEATS NYC team is seeking photographers to help our restaurant partners showcase their best dishes. UberEATS allows users to order food through the UberEATS app and have it quickly delivered straight to their doorsteps. Your photos will be featured in the app, and will be seen by numerous Uber users — you’ll be helping Eaters choose their next meal!

Job Description

What you’ll do:

  • You’ll take photos of prepared dishes for some of the best restaurants around Westchester and Nassau County. Photo sessions will take ~1hr.
  • You’ll have full control over your schedule, with the ability to accept the assignments you wish.
  • Your photos will be critical in shaping the UberEATS user experience!
  • Compensation: $100/photoshoot

About you:

  • Your portfolio is eye-wateringly beautiful (and features mouth-watering food).
  • You’ve proven your capabilities with other companies known for exceptional aesthetic. Your standards are incredibly high.
  • You know how to elevate a brand as well as stick to the letter of law when it comes to style guides.
  • You are able to beautifully stage food photos, as well as work collaboratively with restaurants on staging photos when they want to participate.
  • You are a professional: you’re on time to photoshoots, have excellent communication skills, and can turnaround photos within 24 hours.

To be considered, you MUST include a link to your portfolio, Instagram, VSCO, etc. in your application. After clicking “Apply Now”, choose “Create your profile” and you will be able to include a link to your portfolio.


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