HP ZED London: get a job in 3D

Whether you're looking for your first job or a better one, you won't want to miss this exclusive talk this Thursday.

HP ZED, a 'pop up shop' for creatives in London's Soho, is nearing the end of its two week run of talks, workshops and contests. Tickets for the remaining sessions are going fast - so make sure you register now and be sure of a seat.

Here's just one of the forthcoming sessions, which takes place this Thursday..

How to get a job in 3D, Thurs, 12-2pm

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In this special lunchtime session on Thursday, Ben Owen, head of recruitment at MPC and Marc Knapton, VFX supervisor and founder at The Brewery, will talk about how to get the best job in 3D to suit your skillset.

Whether you're a student or graduate looking for your first job or a working artist looking to improve your position, these two experts will provide invaluable advice you can't afford to miss!

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The advice and insight they offer could help you get your first, or a better job in 3D, plus they'll be a chance to ask questions of the two experts at the end.

So make sure you don't miss this must-attend session: register here!

HP ZED London 2014

This content has been brought to you in association with HP ZED, a 'pop up shop' for creatives in London's Soho from 29 September – 10 October 2014.

With talks, tutorials and creativity sessions brought to you by top experts from leading studios like Double Negative, MPC, Milk and The Mill, as well as HP, Intel and Nvidia, it's going to be a must-attend event for anyone working in motion graphics, animation or 3D. Find out more here!


Tom May is a freelance writer and editor specialising in design and technology. He was previously associate editor at Creative Bloq and deputy editor at net magazine, the world’s best-selling magazine for web designers. Over two decades in journalism he’s worked for a wide range of mainstream titles including The Sun, Radio Times, NME, Heat, Company and Bella. Follow him on Twitter @tom_may.