Not that many visualisation studios that were founded in the 80’s have survived to tell the story. London-based Hayes Davidson is one of them, making it a veteran of the CG scene. Now you could be part of this story, too.
The nice people at Hayes contacted me a few days ago about an opening for a 3D artist at the studio, asking to help pass the word.
The job comes with two intangible but non-negligible side-benefits: The location – a quiet back-alley in Paddington and just a short walk from Kensington Gardens (I lived there for many years and have fond memories of the place) – and, more importantly, the chance to brush shoulders with the legendary Peter Guthrie, who happens to have his studio on Hayes’ premises.
Have a look at the ad below, and, if you think you are up to it, let them know about you.
Hayes Davidson has an opening for an artist who is passionate about design and architecture and can demonstrate the ability to consistently create high quality architectural illustration. You will have a wide range of illustration skills and techniques, with proven experience and a solid working knowledge of 3ds max / associated renderers / Photoshop. You will share our spirit for continued learning and will have a keen eye for detail and a problem solving nature.
We offer the opportunity to work with some of the world’s best architects. You will be working in a highly professional, creative studio environment that has been specifically designed to support the creation of great artwork. You’ll be amongst friendly, like-minded people; all wanting you to succeed and be the best artist you can be. We make sure artists aren’t hidden behind a team of project managers, and are always be credited with the work they produce from start to finish. We use the best kit, super fast broadband (100mb), and offer ongoing training with our own bespoke online resources and weekly seminars.
Please email your CV and examples of your work to hdrecruitment[at]hayesdavidson.com
All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and be based within reasonable distance from our studio in Paddington, London.”