jobby: Lighter, Imarion Inc, Toronto

By Mike Valiquette

August 17, 2010

You will work with small team leading the lighting aspects for use in a television series.

Primary Responsibilities:
– Collaborate with the Animation Director to understand desired look as it relates to lighting for the production.
– Tracking lighting continuity within sequences.
– Watch for render errors/ missing composite elements.

Skills and Experience:
– Visual sense of digital composites, good sense of camera and highly experienced with Maya.
– Extensive knowledge of lighting, compositing and animation.
– Solid understanding of 3D concepts and workflows.
– Expert knowledge of lighting rig setup and shot specific lighting tools within Maya, with experience setting up advanced lighting.
– Comfortable in a smaller studio setting and enjoys being multi-faceted.
– Firm commitment to meeting deadlines.

This is a 1 year contract position .You must be legally entitled to work in Canada and/or an Ontario Resident. No relocation will be provided. Only those considered for the position will be contacted.

Contact: ATT: Jacquie

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