Multimedia (Video Editor and Motion Graphics) Intern

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Summer Rayne Oakes, LLC
22 W 21st Street
New York, NY
Posted: November 22 2014
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Seeking a video editor and motion graphics design intern who has passion for the health and wellness space!

About the Internship Experience:
This is a perfect environment for someone who is talented and wants to learn hands-on work to immediately showcase in his/her portfolio along with immediate, weekly feedback and the ability to step up and work on more creative elements of the project. This is a fun, creative project that we give you a lot of creative freedom in and it will be useful for your portfolio. The real value here is that you will be working along creative professionals and learn some exceptional motion graphic techniques as well as managing a workflow.

You will NOT be grabbing someone’s coffee here! Since we are a small, passionate team of people—you will be able to get good individual feedback. During your time on the project, you will be getting feedback from the project’s participants, including: Sander van Dijk, Summer Rayne Oakes, and Simon Sinek. Websites at:,, and

About this project and position:
This position will execute simple animation and visual effects for a fun and engaging weekly mobile- and web-based healthy cooking series that ties together the world of comic arts to the world of culinary arts. This is a portfolio-appealing show that is better than most stuff out there now. The show is quirky, fun and takes a lot of inspiration from the comic, cosplay and geek communities. If you like that world, then that’s a plus! The primary target demographics are young women and men, ages 13-35.

We should say that first and foremost, we are looking for a TALENTED individual who is TRULY EXCITED about the health and wellness space and wants to be a part of a fresh project that is designed to make a positive impact in young people’s lives. Secondly, the person must have some proven editing and design skills—with the desire to want to learn more. We’re not looking for a seasoned professional, but let’s just say we want to see some good work that best represents the applicant.

He or she needs to be comfortable taking direction and critique, is capable in taking the reigns of a project, and can manage oneself when necessary. She or he must be able to both take their time to refine what is needed, have great collaboration skills, and be able to execute ideas of others in a timely manner. The prospective candidate needs to be well organized and responsible, particularly when dealing with the footage and deadlines.

Candidate will get the chance to work hands-on with GREAT footage, use in his/her portfolio, and have the opportunity to showcase/point to his/her work immediately afterwards, since this is a current and ongoing weekly project.


- Editing of short mobile and web video segments covering food, health, wellness.

- Combining motion graphics with the video edits.

- Assist in the creative process of developing and executing video ideas.


- Only applicants with an online reel for editing as well as motion graphics will be considered.

- Must have his/her own workstation.

- Mid level knowledge of Premiere or Final Cut pro.

- Mid level knowledge of After Effects

- Familiarity with video editing

- Exceptional artistic and computer skills

- Be comfortable working independently and with a team.

Send us your CV, a link to your reel, WHY you are excited and passionate about working on this project, and WHAT you think you can add.


Required - Video Editing, Motion Graphics, Adobe Premiere, After Effects, Adobe Photoshop CS6, Adobe Illustrator

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