Junior Visualisation Position

Junior CGI Visualisation Position

Dowling Jones & Stone are a small but growing CGI, animation and photography company based in Fulham, London.  We started in 2010 and have grown to having a brilliant team of 19.  We are looking to expand our CGI department and are seeking talented and ambitious junior artists that can grow with us and achieve our aims of becoming one of London's leading CGI and Animation studios.

If you have an excellent portfolio of architectural illustration and are keen to develop your career we'd love to hear from you.  We are aiming to build quality orientated team lead by highly experienced leading artists and directors.  The environment is fun, hardworking and ambitious and the successful candidate will be given freedom to show what they can do plus assistance in learning and developing new skills.

An interest in photography and architecture is essential as is a positive nature and a desire to go the extra mile to create the best possible work.

We are looking for candidates with relevant industry qualifications or who can show they have learnt the required software in a commercial environment.  Some experience would be an advantage but not essential, you must include some architectural visuals in your portfolio that should be no bigger than 5MB. Links to any animation work should be included.  You should be confident in reading and interpreting CAD drawings and sketches in to realistic, accurate, detailed 3D models and display a knowledge of lighting and a understanding of materials. Software that will be used includes but is not limited to: 3DS Max, Vray, RPManager, Multiscatter, Adobe Creative Suite. Sketchup, Realflow, Eyeon Fusion and PF Track usage would be beneficial but is not essential.

Please email your Portfolio, Salary expectations, CV and a covering email to sm@dowlingjonesstone.com, you must be eligible to work in the UK and able to travel to our studio.

We will try to get back to all candidates but due to the sheer volume this may not be possible.



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