The Plum Guide is building a marketplace of the world’s best and most beautiful holiday homes. For real!

We are taking a systematic and obsessive approach to testing every single home on the planet, and accepting only the top 1%. We do so by putting every home through The Plum Test: a gruelling hospitality exam, which uses a mix of algorithms and physical visits by hospitality experts – our Home Critics.

We launched around three years ago in London and have since vetted 189,000 homes in six different cities. We are now looking to close our series B round of funding to continue expanding worldwide.

The Role

Imagery is one of Plum’s most important and differentiating assets so we spend a lot of time getting it right.

 A photographer and stylist spend up to 3 hours in the home, depending on its size, to prepare and execute the shoot. Using a brief you get from Plum, you’ll work with the photographer to bring the home to bring it to life, and tell a story through beautiful photos. Click here to see an example of a styled Plum photoshoot.

What you’ll be up to

The stylists are an extension of our team, but on a day-to-day basis, you can expect to:

  • Join a training session about the Plum brand and our photography guidelines to ensure the style and aesthetic is consistent on the site.

  • Visit some of the most beautiful vacation homes in New York, Los Angeles or London and meet their owners.

  • Prepare the shoot and work collaboratively with the photographer to achieve the standards set out in our Photography Guidelines.

  • Study the home and its aesthetic before attending the shoot to plan your approach.

  • Bring with you or purchase the items you’d like to use in the shoot.

  • Help build the Plum brand, culture, and team in each city!

Who we are looking for

We’re looking for bright, energetic, and passionate people who love their city and are passionate about design and interiors. Get in touch if:

  • You’re passionate about interiors, design, and hospitality and have a strong opinion about what’s good enough, and what isn’t.

  • You have a solid portfolio of interior or architecture photography styling or set design.

  • You’re able to tell a story about a space through photos – and can capture the things that make it special.

  • You think real estate photography is bland and boring, and can bring much more life to a space.

  • You’re a people-person. You find meeting and getting to know new people easy and a pleasure, and regularly get told you make a great first impression.

  • You’re organized and always on time for appointments and meetings.

  • You’re committed. You take responsibilities seriously and never miss deadlines.

  • You have exceptionally high standards. From food to art and fashion, you live and breathe design excellence and have an eye for it.

  • You take pride in your work and wouldn’t dream of putting your name to something sub-standard.

  • You share the same taste and standards for quality as our target guest: mature and affluent creatives and professionals.

Why be a Stylist with Plum

  • Learn about curation and hospitality. We’re building a unique and fascinating formula for the perfect stay based on art, science, and data. 

  • Work flexibly.

  • Add to your portfolio with a calibre of home you won’t find anywhere else.

  • Get paid to explore incredible homes - it’s a great way to top-up your income.

  • Explore your city and make connections with fascinating hosts and professional photographers.

  • Be part of a passionate, friendly and transparent culture. We’re building an amazing place to work where everyone is learning and challenging themselves.

  • Opportunities to grow into new roles. Some of our Stylists in London have been recruited for office-based roles or special projects.  

Hours & compensation

You will be paid between 30 – 40 pounds per photoshoot, depending on the size of the home. You’ll also be re-imbursed for items purchased to style the home. We estimate the photoshoot will take between 2 to 4 hours. This includes travel time to and from the visited homes if you’re based in the city you’re based.