Nuke Compositor Technical Artist

Location: toronto, Ontario, Canada
Date Posted: 09-26-2017
 Nuke Compositor Technical Artist
 
About Stereo D
Stereo D is the recognized leader in high-quality conversions of 2D theatrical content into stereoscopic 3D imagery. Formed in 2009 and acquired by Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. in 2011, the company works with major motion picture studios, directors, cinematographers, and VFX supervisors to bring their vision of 3D storytelling to the screen. Stereo D has completed work for such films as STAR WARS:  THE FORCE AWAKENS, ANT MAN, JURASSIC WORLD, THE AVENGERS, JURASSIC PARK and TITANIC in 3D to name a few.
 
Stereo D is a business run by filmmakers, valuing artistic excellence and speaking the language of film. Our production teams and artists are among the best in the business, driven by an innate passion for all things film. Our unique artist-centric environment enables our people the creative freedom to conceptually support the creative visions of directors, delivering the finest, most dynamic 3D imagery in entertainment.
 
Deluxe Entertainment Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
 
About this position:
As part of our Element QC Department, the Element QC Artist is responsible for receiving and reviewing all incoming assets, Nuke scripts, Compositing scene files, After Effects scripts, Maya Scenes files and various production elements/assets from the vendor. 
Working with a team, including a lead artist and supervisor, the ideal candidate will possess a good working knowledge with Nuke scripts; how to work with, and modify various Nuke scripts to conform to the production standard. We’re looking for individuals with a good “stereo eye,” a solid compositing background, a strong understanding of 3-dimensional space (be it from previous stereo experience or from an artistic background), a working knowledge of Nuke/ After Effects & Photoshop, a solid understanding of VFX, and a healthy dose of team spirit. Taking direction/critiques, interpreting notes and learning/applying new skills are key parts of everyday life in our studio.
 
Requirements & Preferences:
  • Knowledge and Experience with software packages such as Nuke, After Effects & Photoshop – Required
  • 2+ years industry working experience in Nuke. Preferably from an establish Feature/Episodic/Commercial production - Required
  • Knowledge and Experience with Widows (PC) Production Environment – Required
  • Excellent Artistic & Technical Ability/Aptitude – Required
  • Knowledge of Stereo-related Terminology – Preferred (but we’ll teach you OUR lingo!)
  • Accredited Post-Secondary Degree or Related Coursework – Preferred
     
We’re looking for the best in the business. If this sounds like you, please apply!
 
 
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