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Interference Pattern are looking for an experienced senior artist to be our Head of 3D.

The role will involve leading 3D teams, choosing good technical solutions to creative challenges and ongoing hands-on work as a CG artist.

We are looking for a highly motivated, self driven individual with a desire to help us continue to expand and develop the studio.



If you’re interested in the following areas then we’d love to hear from you:

  • High resolution modelling and sculpting for characters and environments
  • Photorealistic texturing and surfacing
  • Lighting both realistic and stylised 3D scenes
  • Compositing workflows and methodologies for both live-action VFX and full CGI animation
  • Rendering technologies
  • Working with real-time engines such as Unreal and Unity
  • Leading teams and providing oversight and feedback to team members
  • Working within structured studio pipelines and using that knowledge to further develop workflows
  • In depth knowledge and experience in SideFX Houdini is a big plus
  • Candidates must be able to legally work within the UK

About Us

We are a thriving animation studio based in Edinburgh, one of the most beautiful cities in the UK. We do a range of animation and vfx work, including for features, broadcast content, commercials and marketing, original shorts, interactive VR experiences and bespoke 3D outsourcing via IPBuild.

We offer a warm, flexible, family-friendly working environment and a really interesting and diverse range of work.


We are currently all working remotely. However, we’re really looking forward to being back together on-site again and are looking for a candidate who could be based within commuting distance of Edinburgh. (A hybrid model with time split between onsite and remote working would be considered.)

Application Process

To apply, please send your CV, cover letter and links to an online showreel or portfolio to info@interferencepattern.com with “Head of 3D” in the subject line.


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