Double Negative Vancouver is currently looking for Lighting TDs to join us ASAP. Please read on for the full job description. If you are interested in this job, please apply directly online here: https://selecthr.accessacloud.com/HR20153/rEcruit/Recruitment/VacancyDetails.aspx?VacNo=184
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Key Purpose of the Job:
Shot lighting and rendering for various exciting feature film projects.
Needs to Do:
The position of Lighting Technical Director requires someone with a thorough knowledge of 3D Computer Graphics, with several years of experience in a similar role working on broadcast or film projects.
Successful applicants will have a well developed ‘eye’, a good working knowledge of art, design and film lighting as well as a solid technical grounding in renderers like Pixar’s Renderman or Mental Ray.
Some experience in Look Development and shader setup would be an advantage.
Needs to Know:
Full knowledge of Maya (Mel knowledge a plus) and/ or Houdini.
Familiarity with pipeline issues.
Demonstrable experience in shot lighting and rendering.
Showreels featuring ‘photoreal’ work would be preferred.
A good general TD BG is desirable.
Minimum of 3 years experience in a similar role.
Needs to Be:
Able to take direction.
Measures of Performance:
Delivery of required content, on time.
About Double Negative
Founded with a team of just 30, Double Negative (Dneg) has grown to become one of the industry’s success stories and is now one of the world’s largest providers of visual effects for Film with facilities in London, Singapore and Vancouver.
Through our steady and constant growth the Company has always sought to retain both the creative drive and involvement of its artists through all projects and a close collaborative working relationship with clients. This approach ensures films both small and large receive the same high standard of creative and technical service. This has proved a winning combination resulting in awards recognition from the Visual Effects Society (for Inception, Sherlock Holmes and Interstellar), BAFTA (for Inception, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 and Interstellar) and the Academy® Awards (for Inception and Interstellar)
Recent work includes Godzilla, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, Hercules, Interstellar, Ex Machina and Jupiter Ascending.
2013 saw the launch of Double Negative Films formed specifically to provide VFX support and investment to British-qualifying productions, its first film being Ron Howard’s critically acclaimed Rush.