Ever wondered what life was like at Framestore? Here you'll find out about our culture, ethos and outlook as a company, and, most importantly, also about our people.
This section of our site is less about the work than what goes on when we're away from our screens: the training and development we offer; the outside-the-box opportunities our colleagues can access and the clubs, groups and activities we support as a company. You'll also get the chance to learn about some of our people - what makes them tick, what they love about their work and what life at Framestore means to them.
Animation Supervisor, LDN
Meet Max Solomon, Animation Supervisor based in London, who hates dishwashers, still plays football in his 50s, and managed to marry a wonderful wife (consider us jealous).
Head of 2D, London
Get to know Suzanne Jandu, Head of 2D in London. When she isn’t busy sorting out her Christmas shopping (yes, we all know the struggle is real) she enjoys cosy evenings on the sofa watching a good film with her two partners in crime… her daughters!
Lighting Artist, Chicago
Meet Chingtien Chu, Lighting Artist based in Chicago, who grew up on a remote island off Taiwan, has an obsession with films from Studio Ghibli, and proudly finished watching eight seasons of Game of Thrones in one month.
VFX Supervisor, London
This week we talk to Jules Janaud (LND) who has a soft spot for a good glass of organic wine (who doesn’t) and satisfying Instagram videos. When he’s not working as our VFX Supervisor, he proves that it’s never too late to try out something new.
Global Real-Time Director, London
Meet Karl Woolley, our Global Real-Time Director, who once built an anti-gravity simulator with NASA, has been known to run the 100m in around12 seconds, and has a fondness for Sandor Clegane.
Associate Producer, Los Angeles
Associate Producer Jamie can easily take down a pint of ice cream in one sitting, lives for the beach, and was accidentally maced with bear spray while hiking (true story).
Creative Director, London
This week we chat to the wonderful Sharon Lock, a Creative Director in the LDN office who was one of the brilliant minds behind the huge success of Libresse #Wombstories. She also loves Pringles (who doesn’t) and once spent an afternoon listening to Christmas songs with Billy Bob Thornton.
VFX Supervisor, London
This week we talk to VFX Supe, Chris Redding (LDN). He built something pretty cool for Broadcaster Huw Edwards and if he wasn’t a VFX Supe, he may have dabbled with the world of architecture.
Compositor, Los Angeles
Meet LA-based Minsang Lee, who has fulfilled his childhood dream to be a compositor, prefers the metric system, and has a deep love of condensed milk.