At Havenly Inc., we believe that everyone deserves a home filled with beauty, personality, and meaning. Founded in 2014, we've grown into the #1 interior design service in the country.  Together, with our family of brands (Interior Define, The Citizenry, The Inside, and St. Frank), Havenly Inc. is reinventing the way that people design and shop for their homes, making quality, well-crafted furniture and professional interior design accessible for all.  

Great product imagery and storytelling is the foundation for our brands, so we are seeking a Creative Coordinator to manage all the details of planning, producing, and organizing that content for our team.

You’ll report to the Senior Creative Producer and manage photoshoots across our family of brands – from assisting with the overall vision to scouting locations and managing contracts, logistics, and photo shoot inventory. You’ll own edit timelines, working closely with our E-commerce Team to organize, tag, and deliver imagery for the site on a consistent basis. 

This position is required for onsite in Dallas, TX. Hybrid schedule of 2 days in office per week. 

What you’ll do:

  • Work with Brand Marketing and Design/Development Teams to create detailed shot lists for every shoot (plan to manage at least 1 – 2 shoots a month from start to finish)
  • Manage photoshoot pre-production, ensuring availability of samples and props, sourcing locations, managing movers, negotiating contracts, and coordinating travel for all teams
  • Manage post-production timeline, communicating key delivery dates to relevant team members 
  • Manage edits and color-matching for all product imagery, working closely with the Design team to ensure accuracy and alignment with designs 
  • Prepare images for website, including cropping, sizing, and naming
  • Oversee the organization, storage, and distribution of all creative assets, ensuring accessibility and consistency across all platforms
  • Manage the timelines and approval process for 3D rendering platform, ensuring the Design team accurately provides product specifications and reviews details of 3D models 
  • On-set, ensure that every detail is flawlessly executed – from samples being steamed and photo-ready to having the right props and equipment on-hand to execute every single shot
  • Maintain organization and tracking of Marketing’s styling closet as well as incoming photoshoot samples from Design
  • Research new geographies and create detailed itineraries (including booking travel)
  • Roll up your sleeves and fill in gaps when needed 

Who you are:

  • BA or higher degree with 2 years of experience managing photoshoots & digital assets
  • Past projects with travel coordination, event management, and/or photo/video production
  • Understanding of brand strategy and design/photography values
  • Strong proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite
  • Exceptional organizational skills with the ability to self-manage against tight timelines
  • Previous experience with Asana, Google Docs, Dropbox, Brandfolder, and other project management tools is a plus
  • Solutions-oriented, thoughtful and diligent - bonus points for a sense of humor
  • Driven to make a positive impact in the world and your day-to-day environment

Additional Details: 

  • This is a full-time position located in Dallas, TX. Must be willing to travel for photoshoots, installations, and other creative team needs.
  • Targeted compensation range for this role: $50-65K
  • Previous experience with Asana, Canva, Google Slides, Google Sheets, Dropbox, Brandfolder, and other project management tools is a plus
  • Our total rewards package includes competitive compensation, generous PTO, volunteer days off, health benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability), 401K, and paid Parental leave. In addition, we offer free design services, furniture discounts, and merchandise credits.
  • Havenly is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Havenly's employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status.
  • Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.


As a company, our goal is to make everyone feel good at home and that starts right here, at Havenly HQ.  We celebrate our differences and encourage everyone to bring their true selves to work each and every day. Throughout the journey of each of our team members, as a company, we take pride in and commit to ensuring that everyone feels valued, heard, welcome and has equal opportunity to thrive. With the above stated, Havenly is committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive team. We are open to candidates of all backgrounds and encourage you to apply if interested.

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