Sony ImageworksMontrã©Al, QC
Full Time Job
Les Films Sony Imageworks is located on the unceded traditional territory of the Kanienâ€™keha:ka (Mohawk) people. We are committed to respecting traditional lands, and working with communities towards reconciliation.
Les Films Sony Imageworks Quebec Inc.
3875 Rue St- Urbain #415
Montreal, QC H2W 1T9 Canada
Project based, Full Time
Language in work environment - Excellent communication skills in both French and English to deal with global aspects of business
Benefits per company policy: include healthcare, tuition reimbursement, RRSP's, Sick and Vacation leave, standard increases as applicable
Les Films Sony Imageworks Montreal is seeking Lighters!
Designs and implements lighting of characters and environments for assigned shots that meet and improve the given art direction for a production. Able to light multiple types of scenes from simple to moderately difficult. Compositing experience required. Ensures that assigned shots fit the continuity of the sequence. Develops solutions and techniques that meet art/technical direction. Has a clear vision of how art/technology should function. Accountable for meeting efficiency and quota targets. Interacts with supervisors/peers to exchange information relevant to the show or sequences.
Knowledge of Katana, Maya, Linux, UNIX and scripting ability in relevant languages including MEL, Perl and Python highly desirable. Knowledge of Renderman shading, volume rendering and raytracing experience preferred. Knowledge of relevant compositing software including Nuke is preferred. Minimum requirement of 3 years production experience or feature film experience preferred.
Please note that you must be able to provide a demo reel that illustrates your relevant artistic and technical experience that also includes the nuances for this specific role.
We value unique perspectives, and want diverse, unique talent to work with us. We encourage candidates from all identities to apply.
*Sony Pictures Entertainment is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other protected characteristics.