WonderLab Update: We're Hiring!

By Paul McKay

The weather is improving, there is plenty of colour film available, and we're seeing hundreds of films land in our WonderLab each week 🎞 🎞 🎞

If you have been one of those to send us films recently then thank you! Particularly to those who take the time to leave us glowing reviews - it is greatly appreciated by everyone on the team 😊 I can promise you that we read each and every one.


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With this jump in processing there is an inevitable pressure on turnaround that we need to fix.

We want to get back to our target times ASAP - and obviously without any compromise on quality - so are expanding the team with two folk joining us within the next week and two more roles still open!

  1. Darkroom Technician - for all the hand developing processes and techniques
  2. Photo Lab Assistant - the perfect start to a career in analogue photography

So if you've ever dreamed of working in a lab, or joining the AW family, then head here to see details and apply 👩🏻‍🔬


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