• Junior Nuke Artist

    Job Locations London
    Visual Effects
  • Overview





    We are a fast-growing created team of visual effects artists and producers working to deliver high end VFX for television dramas and independent feature films.

    Our team was brought into the Technicolor fold by our Head of VFX, Gary Brown, the owner and founder of Munky, an Emmy nominated boutique Soho based VFX company which had 12 successful years of creating VFX for commercials, television drama and film. The former Munky team have worked on a wide range of television dramas and serials including Indian Summers (C4), Grantchester (ITV), And Then There Were None (BBC), Stonemouth (BBC), The Enfield Haunting (Sky) and Partners In Crime (BBC). Recent films include Brooklyn, Testament of Youth and Life On The Road.




    Technicolor London is based in Lexington Street in the heart of Soho and we offer a range of post-production services from dailies through to grading, online and audio on feature films and television drama series.

    Recent broadcast credits include Victoria, Poldark and Black Mirror. Recent films include Fantastic Beasts, 45 Years and Steve Jobs.


    • Rotoscoping work
    • Rig and wire removal
    • Plate cleaning, general clean up and paintout work


    Qualifications & Requirements


    You would be an absolute superstar if you possessed the following skills:

    • Relevant training qualification with a recognised Nuke training provider and/or experience of Nuke gained during work experience with an established post-production facility
    • Previous experience in a professional VFX environment – preferably on high-end TV drama and/or feature films
    • Previous experience working with Linux
    • An understanding of the whole film and broadcast pipeline
    • An education or interest in real world lighting and photography
    • Valid current UK and/or EU working visa
    • Available to start from February 2018

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