Researching Job Portraits? Here’s everything you need to know in one place.

Whatever the reason you’re interested in us — job seeker? client? partner? — we’ve done the digging for you

Sometimes Google doesn’t cut it. Even when we, the Job Portraits team, search for Job Portraits, it takes too long to find the good stuff. So whatever the reason you’re interested in us — job seeker? client? partner? — we’ve done the digging for you.

Here’s what we wish showed up on Google (in this order)

  • The Job Portraits website.
  • Our Medium publication, which includes about half our client projects.
  • A video of Miki and Jackson (our cofounders) talkin’ shop.
  • Our post about Job Portraits’ editorial principles and process (or, why candidates can trust us).
  • The post Miki and Jackson wrote when they started Job Portraits in 2014. Parts are out-of-date (of course), but it covers why we’re in this business in the first place.
  • Our Twitter and AngelList profiles. (Our other social profiles aren’t very active.)
Miki interviews a founder in the most cliche location in San Francisco. No kidding, this wasn’t posed!

A few of our team members (left to right): Olivia, Jonaki, Jackson, Jon, and Miki.

Meet our founders

Meet our team

  • Olivia wears the creative lead hat with a focus on video.
  • Jon’s official title (not a joke) is Jon-of-All-Trades.
  • Natasha is our tsar of project management and tag teams BizOps with Jon.
  • Jonaki wears the creative lead hat with a focus on long-term projects.
  • Sandra writes. And edits. And edits writers. And will surely edit this when she sees it.
  • Christina edits. And sometimes writes. She also will edit this when she sees it.

Learn more about our culture

News articles

As far as we know, no one has written about us or mentioned us in a news article. Nor have we sought coverage, for what it’s worth. We’ll add links when it happens, even if they’re critical. (Our inner journalists wouldn’t have it otherwise!)

Finally, a pro tip: Do we know people in common?

Maybe! You should check, and, if you trust the person(s), ask what they think of us. We’ll do the same (if we haven’t already). References go both ways. :)

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