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The Photography Co-op is based on employment in practical, photography industry positions consistent with the interests and abilities of participating students. The benefits are obvious—during their time at Drexel, students experience up to three different co-ops. Because of this, Drexel students graduate having already built a professional network, and they typically receive higher starting salaries than their counterparts from other schools. The Co-op lasts six months and takes place in the junior year of study. The following list is a sampling of the types of businesses our students typically work with.


  • Advertising Photography
  • Editorial Photography
  • Wedding Photography
  • Fine Art Photography
  • Fashion Photography
  • Sports and Event Photography
  • Art Director and Photo Editor at Magazines
  • Curatorial Assistant at Photography Galleries and Museums
  • Teaching Assistants in public schools
  • Digital Technician and Retoucher

Co-Op Partners

Bill Diodato 
Dixon Photography 
Edwynn Houk Gallery 
Erin Patrice O’Brien Photography 
Fabric Workshop and Museum 
Frank Meo, The Photo Closer 
Howard Greenberg Gallery 
James Casebere 
Jason Varney Photography 
Jeff Riedel 
Jeffrey Stockbridge 
Jeffrey Totaro 
Jem Southam 
Jill Greenberg
John Emerson Photo 
Joy Moody 
Judd Pilossof, Inc. 
Kava Gorna 
Laurence Miller Gallery 
Lois Greenfield Photography
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Michael Creagh Photography
Patrick Randak
Philadelphia Magazine 
Philadelphia Museum of Art 
Philadelphia Style Magazine
The Photo Review
The Print Center
Pushnik Photography
Richard Kagan 
Robert Klein Gallery 
Romeo Photography 
Stephanie Rausser
Steve Belkowitz Photography 
Stockbridge Fine Art Print 
Todd Trice Photographer 
Tom Crane Photography, Inc.
Walter Smith Photography + Motion