Hutch is looking for an intermediate level videographer to take responsibility for a range of video assets and other time based media.
The job requires the candidate to work at Hutch’s London studio with the creative content and marketing team.
• Video Projects: Edit and maintain video project files for trailers, ads and presentational videos.
• Flare and Style: Demonstrate artistic flare and an understanding of current, techniques, style and camera work.
• Motion Graphics: Functional skills in motion graphics.
• Capture: Use Unity for the purposes of capturing game footage.
• Software: Good knowledge of appropriate editing and compositing packages.
• Prep Work: Ability to prepare and communicate ideas through story boarding and animatics.
*Skills to Develop*: Have a basic understanding of, or a willingness to develop, the following skills…
• Audio: Ability to work with audio. Sourcing and editing SFX and music for use in video work.
• Codecs: How to use video codecs and their different applications.
• 3D and Cameras: Basic understanding of 3D packages or willingness to engage with 3D and camera work for the purposes of blocking shots in-game.
• 2D: Practical working knowledge of Photoshop.
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Hutch are a dynamic games studio based in London and Brighton. Founded on a wealth of traditional game development experience, blending a bunch of people who are talented and passionate about making the best free to play games.
Our goal is to create the best racing games for mobile. We believe small, focused and empowered teams build the best games and we work hard to maintain an open, transparent and self-determined culture. Founded in 2011, we have released 5 games including Smash Cops, Smash Bandits, MMX Racing and MMX Hill Climb with over 90 million players across the world.
When we launch a game, that’s just the start: we use player feedback and most critically data to figure out how to make each game the best it can be. There are so many opportunities to identify insights in our data that we can’t keep up – and that’s where you come in.