Tackling the Compositing of shots effectively.
Briefing junior compositors when dividing of shots into tasks (e.g. rotoscoping) is required.
Delivering final shots that are creative and technically excellent.
Attend daily progress reviews to obtain feedback from supervisors.
Work to improve knowledge of MPC's Compositing pipeline.
Work with production to create Compositing schedules and project targets.
Work with the Compositing HOD to define the Compositing pipeline required for the show and identify any additions or modifications to our existing toolset required to realise this pipeline.
Supervise compositing of CG elements to match live-action footage to maintain consistent shot quality and look.
Report on the progress of the lighting work on the show to the Lighting HOD, with particular regard to the following:
If the team are meeting deadlines
Previous experience with a high-level film based Compositing system using Shake and Nuke.
Excellent understanding of techniques and technologies related to CG rendering and compositing.
Excellent understanding of the whole digital film pipeline from scanner to film recorder.
Proven technical and creative ability in a broadcast or feature-film production environment.
General understanding of linux/unix-based operating systems.
Ability to take direction and structure working practices so that design changes can be efficiently made.
Desire to learn from other and to take on increasingly challenging shots.
Excellent team building, communication and problem solving skills
Excellent knowledge of node-based compositing software
Proven technical and creative ability in a large feature-film VFX production environment
Salary: Competitive remuneration package
Application Closing Date: Ongoing recruitment
This is an exciting opportunity to work in the dynamic world of visual effects. If you are interested please apply online to firstname.lastname@example.org