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The Digital Production Manager is responsible for the scheduling and management of all aspects of digital production for feature film visual effects.
The VFX Producer is responsible for overseeing nearly all aspects of a project from the early stages of the bidding process, throughout show production, and up to its successful completion. This is a high-level position within the studio that is both client and crew-facing, while partnering closely with the VFX Supervisor and studio senior management.
The Coordinator functions as a main hub of information between the artists, supervisors, the production department, and the rest of the studio, and helps ensures that all artists are aware of their schedules and are on track for meeting deadlines. This is a support role for production that requires strong multi-tasking and organizational skills in a high-pressure, deadline-oriented environment.
Environment Concept Artists work closely with the Art Director and VFX Supervisor to define the look of the project, the visual direction, and the mood for a range of environments on a wide variety of projects.
CG Character Animators are responsible for designing and executing the performance of digital characters within a shot.
The Front Office/Executive Assistant will have an important role in supporting the executive management with a wide range of confidential administrative and executive support tasks while also being responsible for managing the front desk for the Studio. Requires excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to provide information and service to a wide range of internal and external contacts.
The Environment Artist is responsible for assisting in the research, development, and implementation of methods and techniques to efficiently create, manage, and maintain CG environments and assets.
The CG Painter is responsible for the creation and application of textures as well as setting shader parameters to achieve surface qualities needed in the completion of assets used in production.
The Digital Resources Wrangler (DRW) is part of a team that manages the I/O, rendering, and disk space resources of a visual effects studio.
The CG Puppet Artist creates and maintains animation control and surface deformation simulating an organic surface quality for characters used in production.
The Previz Artist works closely with VFX Supervisor, Environment Department Supervisor and Production to create sequences that interpret and enhance the vision of the story.
The CG Modeler uses technical expertise, artistic ability and knowledge of animation to create models that meet the quality standards of Tippett Studio and our Hollywood Studio clients.
The Pipeline Technical Assistant is an intermediate-level position whose primary responsibility is to support artists in production. The Pipeline Technical Assistant also works to ensure that productions run smoothly and efficiently.
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