We recently worked on an epic 3D / illustrated conference video for a large tech firm. Unfortunately, we can’t share the whole thing, but here’s a breakdown of a clip showing how we built it up from the 3D render to the finished graded article.
We’re looking for an outgoing junior motion designer with loads of enthusiasm and passion for creativity to join our small but growing team. You will have a great work ethic and thrive on brainstorming ideas and have a real passion in what you do.
Skills and Experience:
• 1+ years industry experience
• Interpreting briefs and coming up with creative concepts
• Creating style frames and storyboarding
• Proficiency in After Effects, Illustrator and Photoshop a must
• Strong design skills with an eye for composition, typography and colour etc.
• Illustration (especially vector based)
Things that would be a bonus:
• Cinema 4D (or other 3D packages although this is the one we use in the studio)
• Other programs in the Adobe CC suite including: Premiere, Audition and Animate
• Stop motion animation, Dragonframe
• Character rigging / animation
• Passionate & ambitious
• Motivated to learn and develop new skills
• Team player and great communicator
• Strong attention to detail
Salary between £18 – £23K with pension scheme,
Our culture has always been to create great films whilst providing a healthy work / life balance for all of us at THE BOX.
Wanna be a BOXER? Email your CV and a link to your portfolio / showreel with the subject line Junior Motion Designer to:
Please also include a list of what software packages (and any related plugins) that you use. If you have any relevant social media feeds sites where you post you work (e.g. Instagram, Dribble), please feel free to share these with us.
No recruitment agencies please. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United Kingdom. We regret that due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.
When passing through London Waterloo train station we’ve looked at the huge digital screen across platforms 7-11 (Britain’s largest digital sign) and dreamt of getting our work on it.
Well, this week we did it!
Virgin Media Business asked us to bring their concepts to life for the #VOOM national launch campaign and one of the screens it’s been displayed on includes London Waterloo.
Of course, being so proud of our latest creation we had to grab a couple of clips for THE BOX’s memory box.
Take a look for yourself.
Damn! 2017 got busy quick, so once again we’re on the lookout for more talented animators!
We’re interested in all levels. So if you’re just starting out or you’re an experienced animator/Mo-graph artists we’d like to hear from you.
It doesn’t matter if you’re freelance or looking for full-time employment or if you’re near our Brighton studio.
We mainly use After Effects, Cinema 4D and TV Paint and we’re into CEL/Stop-Mo too.
Sounds like your thing? Introduce yourself by sending us an email to email@example.com, tell us a little about yourself and a link to your showreel.
We were thrilled to see our work featured in the ‘Top Stories’ on the Apple news feed the other day.
Axelos, the ‘Leaders in global best practice methodologies’, wanted a short film to explain the complexities when changing US presidents. We were asked by the smart folks at Senso communications to create the visuals to go with their eye-opening script.
It turns out we all did such a good job that the Evening standard featured it on their site and Apple picked it up from there.
Take a look below and see for yourself what goes into handing over the reigns to the free world, it’s a lot more effort than you might imagine.
The Nichols Consultancy approached us to create an explainer video for their latest recruitment innovation – Map & Track. They have recently been through a rebranding process and decided that including video on their website and in their marketing was the logical step to make to complete their new look. We couldn’t agree more!