Application forms, covering letters and CVs/résumés
We want to hear about your experience and education to date, and the best way to do that is with a clear CV or résumé, plus a supporting covering letter telling us why you want to join us.
All applications for artist roles should be supported with a showreel. Include a breakdown where possible, and information about what your work within the shot was. VFX and Animation are a team effort. Make sure it is clear what was your work and what wasn’t.
Quality over quantity. Present us with your highest quality work. We want to see the best of what you have created. A shorter but high-quality reel will impress more than a longer one with some of your earlier or simpler work. And remember, the first 10 seconds are where you make the biggest impact. Put your best work first.
Break it down. Where possible, show us a breakdown of the renders of key frames within the shot. Include a summary of what your work is in each shot.
Music. We tend to watch reels with the sound off, so please don’t spend time adding music or editing your reel to fit with a track.
Be relevant. The work on your showreel should reflect the work of the company and job you are applying to. If your best work is full-CG, stylized work, apply to roles in our Animation divisions, and if you love live-action, apply to our VFX divisions.