This 23-week program gives participants a competitive edge as they launch careers in digital tech. Students learn techniques like digital compositing, the process of assembling multiple images to make a final image for print, motion picture or screen display. These are essential skills for post-production work in media.
Industry professionals teach the fundamentals of Nuke software, a node-based digital compositing application, including rotoscoping, keying, painting, compositing in 3-D element, tracking and projection. Students participate in a six-week paid work placement at a local studio. For the duration of the program and work placement, each participant is equipped with a high-end laptop, second monitor and Nuke software, free of cost.
Watch a sample reel of past student work.
Support this program
VFX program graduates and those with Nuke software experience can apply for Teaching Assistant positions. To volunteer, please contact Genese Alleyne at IKhandid@woodgreen.org.