How to Apply

Key dates and information
  • Apply by 10am on Wednesday 22nd February
  • Interviews on 27th and 28th February
  • Working days: 18th - 31st March
  • Fee: £2,800 + VAT
  • You’ll be working at the Blast Theory studio, 20 Wellington Road, Portslade
About you
We are looking for a person with experience in vision mixing for multi-camera live events, ideally in a professional context. You may have a background in editing, videography or cinematography, but should ideally have a good working knowledge of using OBS Studio or other vision mixing software. 

We’re an equal opportunities employer and encourage applications from people who are less represented in our sector: particularly people of colour, those with disabilities (including ‘invisible’ disabilities such as dyslexia or autism), and people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.

About the role
You will be a vision mixer for an art event running over 12 days for up to 6 hours per day. Under the supervision of Blast Theory’s artists, you will be responsible for mixing graphics, audio and video from eight cameras to create a live stream (and recording) of the event each day. You will work closely with the project’s technical lead to ensure that systems for recording and streaming are running correctly, and liaise with the project’s DIT to ensure media is backed up at the end of each day.

How to apply

Part 1 (Online): About You
Answer a few simple questions including your name, email address and phone number in the online form.

Upload a recent copy of your CV. This should be 2 pages max.

Please answer all questions as fully as you can.

Part 2 (Online, Video or Audio)
Please answer the following questions in written form or in a video or audio recording. If making an application by phone suits you better, please contact info@blasttheory.co.uk.

1. Tell us why you would like to work on Cat Royale.

2. Tell us why you are suitable for this opportunity.

3. Tell us about two previous projects you have worked on (please include links where possible).

Applying with a video or audio file
You can record the video or audio on your phone: we are not expecting snazzy production values. Your video or audio file can be up to 5 minutes long. Start your application by filling in the online survey about you and submit your video or audio file after.

Part 3 (Online)
To finish your application, please complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring form.

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