'Jobs That Don't Suck' Sneak Peek: How One Clubber Turned His Party Pics Into A Big Paycheck


There are a few essentials every partygoer needs to take with them before a big night out on the town, but a smartphone for picture-taking (and subsequent Instagramming) surely tops the list. Still, despite living in The Digital Age, a time in which everyone's a photographer, one man is managing to make a full-blown career from snapping shots of the club scene.

In this "Jobs That Don't Suck" sneak peek, we meet New York City's premier nightlife shutterbug, Kirill, who explains the ins and outs of his graveyard shift. "It usually involves a lot of good-looking girls, a lot of alcohol and just a lot of fun, weird photos," he says. Guys, you sold yet?

So how exactly did Kirill land this sweet gig? Like any new-age entrepreneur, he took matters into his own hands.

After several late nights of photographing half-naked women at the clubs, and said ladies asking where they can see their sexy shots, Kirill created KirillWasHere.com. Soon after, party-rockers LMFAO used his pics for their debut album cover, and he's made a lucrative living ever since.

Check out the clip, and learn about more "Jobs That Don't Suck" Wednesday night at 11:30/10:30c on MTV2.