So what does a 3D & Motion Graphic Designer do at Mooch?
This week we managed to catch Paul our 3D & Motion Graphic Designer for a catch-up and chat about his job role. He gave us an insight into what he does and why he loves working at Mooch, so here goes…
What does a usual day consist of for you?
What’s your favourite part of working at mooch?
I love working with the team, having a laugh and getting stuck in with any new challenges.
What’s the best part of the job?
Being able to push my skill set to the limits for a range of programmes.
Does your job role vary?
Yes definitely – one day I could be out on set filming for a new campaign, the next day I could be in the studio head down in creating a 3D animation. The variety of tasks I’m set is immense and that’s why I love my job.
What’s working at Mooch like?
It’s a fun creative space to work, everyone loves their jobs and is passionate about what they do so it’s such an inspiring and motivating place to be working.
A top tip for anyone that wants to get into 3D & Motion Graphic Designer in the marketing and advertising sector?
I have quite a few tips! Make sure to practise using the tools and programmes, creating things you enjoy. Also, keep an eye out online for new trends and tricks.
Sum up an 3D & Motion Graphic Designer in one sentence.
Making the “unreal” real.
How do you think you’ve developed as a person since you started this job role?
I’ve been given the opportunity to really expand my skill set using a variety of programmes and I love being able to experiment with new things.
Who would you recommend the job role to and what personality traits do you think an aspiring 3D & Motion Graphic Designer would need to have?
I would recommend this job role to anyone who is creative, driven and technically savvy. The personality traits I think an aspiring 3D & Motion Graphic Designer would need to have perseverance, high attention to detail and be extremely passionate and motivated.
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