Motion Graphics Designer in South Florida

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Motion Graphics Designer in South Florida

Postby Dirty Sanchez on 08/14/2008, 8:18 pm

Hey folks,

I hope this is OK to post on this forum, but I just turned down an offer for AE motion graphics designer from a post production facility here in South Florida and so he's still looking for someone. Pays $200-$300 per day. He also wants someone with 3D skills too, like Cinema 4D or the like.

I told him that I would post on some forums to see if anyone is interested. He's looking for someone to work on-site in Hollywood, FL.

I weighed the offer and concluded that it was more advantageous to stay where I'm at for now, but it might be just right for you.

Good luck
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Re: Motion Graphics Designer in South Florida

Postby bwoogie on 08/14/2008, 8:48 pm

Belongs in industry if anywhere... But I dont think they really allow job offers on here..
Thanks anywys. I dont live in Florida.
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Re: Motion Graphics Designer in South Florida

Postby tequilaman2006 on 08/14/2008, 10:34 pm

there is a Hollywood in Florida too? haha i didnt know that...
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Re: Motion Graphics Designer in South Florida

Postby JanHoos on 08/15/2008, 9:16 am

Too bad I dont live there or not that good because that money is great! :P
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Re: Motion Graphics Designer in South Florida

Postby AllenEllis on 08/16/2008, 7:03 am

Guys, you still may want to send over your reels and say you're willing to work over the internet. I've been doing that for a company in Orlando and it's been working fine. They email me project information, I email back compressed drafts, and we go from there.
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