Nexus Studios is committed to building and maintaining an inclusive workplace.
We offer flexible working practices and welcome and encourage applications from candidates who are under-represented in the creative industries

Nicolas Ménard on personal work, problem solving and pitching

Nicolas Ménard was in the midst of making plans to move to London when ECD Chris O’Reilly contacted him after his short film, ‘Micromachines’, caught his attention online.

After graduating with an MA in Animation from the Royal College of Art, Nicolas was offered a job at Nexus, where he currently works as an animation director.

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London Mayor announces a new creative skills training program

We were pleased to host the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, at our London studio to announce his ‘Creative Academy Hub’ initiative, a new skills training program designed to support the Film, TV, Animation, VFX and Gaming sector.

The ‘Creative Academy Hub’ will support people from under-represented and disadvantaged backgrounds, including Black and ethnic minorities, young people, people earning below the London living wage, people with disabilities, the over 50s, single parents, caregivers and the unemployed.

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Nexus Studios’ Mark Davies talks ‘learning and leadership’

Creative Lives — “Animation is about constantly expanding your skill set” CG supervisor Mark Davies on learning and leadership

Nexus’ CG supervisor Mark Davies didn’t necessarily see a career in animation coming. Originally an English Literature student, he spent most of his time playing music, reading comic books and toying with online software. Unsurprisingly, it’s the variety of the role that Mark enjoys the most.

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