Double Negative takes recruitment drive to Australia & New Zealand

By AMRITA VALECHA | 7 January, 2011 - 16:32

Double Negative is on a hiring spree and this time they are visiting Australia and New Zealand. With the current team close to 900 in London and 100 in Singapore, both the office are continuing to grow steadily. Dneg will be in Australia from 16th to 19th January 2011, and New Zealand from 21st and 22nd January.

Talking to AnimationXpress Asia Pacific, Hannah Acock, Talent Manager Dneg shared "Over the next 12 months and beyond, we will be looking for VFX crew across the board for both our Singapore and London offices. We are always looking to meet with happy, talented people as we have various opportunities arising on a continual basis. We are currently hiring for Compositors, Production crew and Senior TDs for our Singapore office and for various 3D and Compositing positions in our London office. Details of these can all be found at"


Harriet Bates, HR Advisor at Dneg shared, "We are visiting Australia and New Zealand to meet with people wanting to know a bit more about Dneg and our London or Singapore offices. We will be able to provide more information on current projects, the general culture of the company and our upcoming hiring needs. We will be holding an open drinks evening in both places and the details of these will be posted on our website soon."

 Dneg is working on a range of projects at the moment including, Jon Carter of Mars, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and Captain America. The studio are hiring for various positions across all of these projects and for movies that we will be working on later in the year.

She concluded, "We are very excited about the work that we are doing at Double Negative right now and the future movies that will be coming in this year. We are always looking to bring on board keen, talented individuals with a passion for film and help to develop their careers in our London or Singapore Facilities. If you would like to come and play a part in creating fantastic, world class visual effects then we would like to hear from you."

For more details on Dneg's visit to Australia and New Zealand, Please visit their website : and email at [email protected]