Our multimedia staff collaborates with members of the campus community to illustrate the University's people, intellectual endeavors, events and places through photography and video, in formats including print, web and social media.
If you are looking for a photo or series of photos, it's possible that the images reside in our photo library, which is available to all University employees. Contact our digital assets coordinator to get a login and get help identifying the image(s) you need.
If you are seeking new photography, we have experience in portraiture, studio photography, classroom and campus photography, event photography and photo editing. We can advise on the best approaches, locations, times and equipment for a photo shoot. Submit a request through our online form.
All assignments completed by University photographers and freelancers we hire become part of our photo library and may be shared with other offices and departments at Princeton.
If members of our team are unavailable, we can advise you on working with trusted freelancers and help you arrange a shoot.
We focus primarily on producing videos for princeton.edu and the University's main social media accounts, telling stories about Princeton's faculty and students' academic and co-curricular activities. Members of our team are available to consult on departments' video strategy, equipment and projects. As time allows, we also produce videos for campus departments.
We also publish videos made by students and departments on princeton.edu; if you would like to submit a video, please review our submission guidelines.
We coordinate the Princeton Multimedia Communicators Network; contact Danielle Capparella to learn more or join the group.
The Broadcast Center team in the Instructional Support Services unit offers help with on-location video production and event streaming, as well as filming and editing video and digital media projects. The Broadcast Center manages a studio in Lewis Library, which can be used for video production and for faculty media interviews.
The Learning Spaces Support team in the Instructional Support Services unit provides audio-visual support for classrooms and events, and it also loans equipment and offers audio editing and duplication services.
The Digital Learning Lab, in Lewis Library, offers online guides, personal consultations and workshops in software applications and multimedia approaches.