Vida Hotels and Resorts launches competition

The hotel group is on the hunt for a photography brand ambassador

The hotel group is looking for a photography brand ambassador
Nicolas Dumont
The hotel group is looking for a photography brand ambassador

Vida Hotels and Resorts has teamed up with TG Media Productions and Virgin Radio Dubai to find a photography brand ambassador for 2020. The candidate will hold the title of Vida’s photographer for a year, capturing content throughout Vida’s properties using gifted photography products from Sony, including a Sony A7aii camera and a 24-70mm lens.

This once in a lifetime opportunity will be available for all budding photographers to enter on the Virgin Radio Dubai website from September 22 until October 6. Candidates will be in with the chance of working with the best local photographers and trainers to build Vida’s portfolio, earning benefits of AED 14,000 per month.

To apply, entrants must visit to complete the application form and upload their best work to showcase their talent. The top ten candidates will be shortlisted and attend photography workshops hosted by TG Media Productions at various Vida properties to help hone their craft. On October 15 at Vida Emirates Hills, the final three entrants will partake in their final workshop with TG Media Production where Vida’s new photography brand ambassador will be announced. Special guest and Virgin Radio’s breakfast show presenter, Kris Fade will be in attendance to congratulate the overall winner.

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