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  1. Hi there! I'm looking for a creative, professional, smart AE freelancer, preferably with their own gear. We're making a series of TVC's in a very wacky Tim & Eric style, so roles will include a lot of greenscreening, puppet tooling, particle effects, lens-flares, a bit of roto, and potentially a bit of vector / cel animation. We'd like to start with a 5 day booking with possibility to extend to 10 days, starting on April 10. Rate is negotiable but this is fully paid. Strong compositing background a plus. Our studio is in Hackney, London. Please email your reels to master, at, battlecatstudios, dot, com ! Thanks in advance AE 4 LIFE
  2. The Orlando Magic are looking to hire an in-house Motion Graphics Designer. Job Summary: Serve as Broadcast Production Motion Graphics Designer for all Orlando Magic digital TV signage and LED projects. Provide video production and content creation for in-arena programming and auxiliary programming needs as determined by the Production Manager. Key Areas of Responsibilities: 1. Provide content creation for departmental Video, Digital Signage and LED Production. Serve the role of producer, editor and motion-graphics artist for Broadcast Production content creation. Management of content, delivery and distribution to Digital Signage Systems Manager and LED Systems Manager for all Magic games and non-Magic events. Serve the role of live operator for Daktronics LED systems, Ross XPression and/or ClickEffects Crossfire operator as needed for Magic home games and other Magic events. Click here for more information https://re22.ultipro.com/ORL1001/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*51E4B3ADB7133433 Click here to apply https://re22.ultipro.com/ORL1001/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=764
  3. Hi, Looking for a freelance C4D Motion Graphic designer to work on a high end consumer watch product film for the next three weeks starting 6th Feb. Mostly look development work and xParticle animation. If you can work out of our London Studio that's preferred but we are happy with remote workers too. Good rates offered. Email reels to davidh@agilefilms.com Thanks!
  4. Hello- My public relations firm in Chicago is looking to hire a motion graphics trainer for 1-5 days to educate our video team here. They have intermediate knowledge of After Effects and beginners knowledge of Cinema 4D. Does anyone have any suggestions on where to start looking, or is there anyone on this forum interested? My contact information is below. Appreciate any guidance. Thanks! Abbey Ervin Weber Shandwick 875 N Michigan Ave Suite 2400 Chicago, IL 60611 312-988-2040
  5. Hi guys, I'm a 23 yr old recent graphic design graduate from North Carolina. So basically, I have a new reel, and I'm going to start sending it out to as many studios as possible starting tomorrow morning. The only projects in my reel are side-projects from a few freelance gigs and personal stuff I got over the past year, as I've only really started to get serious about motion design in the past year and a half at most. I know that given enough time I can rock at this stuff, as I believe I have lots of potential, and come from a liberal arts design background where we learn all about color theory, composition, concept-based design, etc. I think knowing this, a studio would see me as a potential asset. I know I can apply all that stuff to the work I do, and grow further. However, what I want to know is, basically, can the reel I have now land me a job to reach that goal? You can view my reel here: http://preview.tinyurl.com/d34spj9 (I'd embed it, but I'm a noob and can't figure out how to do it.) Also, I'm compiling a big list of studios to email tomorrow morning. What would your tips for that be? Should I always attach a cover letter? Or do studios just want to see the reel? Thanks in advance!
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