Overview

DIM MAK, the record label & lifestyle brand founded by Steve Aoki, is looking for a passionate Video Production intern to assist with our company and gain valuable experience within the music industry. Applicants should be available to work out of our Downtown LA office 20-30 hours per week.

This is an unpaid 3-5 month internship position for college credit only.

Candidate should have knowledge of the Dim Mak brand, as well as of the electronic music community as a whole. Knowledge of electronic music and artists across genres is important, as well as having a finger on the pulse of major events and festivals, releases outside of Dim Mak, news pertaining to the electronic community, etc.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Preferred (but willing to train the right candidate):

-Experience with Adobe After Effects, Premiere, and Photoshop CC

-Experience making titles, lower thirds, and simple motion graphics

-Strong understanding of video codecs and file types

-Strong DSLR Proficiency

-Experience as a grip/gaffer, and know how to set up basic three point lighting

-Experience shooting various content such as live events, behind the scenes/ EPKs, music videos, and interviews

-Experience working with talent, in particular EDM producers/DJs

-Must be able to meet fast deadlines

-Must be local to the area

-Link to current EDITING reel or examples

Only applicants with a reel or examples of relevant work attached to their resume will be considered.

Job Type: Internship

Required experience:

After Effects: 1 year

Required education:  Enrolled in Bachelor’s program

About Dim Mak

DIM MAK is not only the “death touch,” as made famous in the cult classic kung-fu flick Bloodsport, but it’s also the music-driven lifestyle brand founded by DJ/Producer Steve Aoki in 1996. Creating content in all forms: records, parties, video, clothing...culture - DIM MAK defines the tip-of-the-spear in new musical movements and we bring the party to every area code we touch. We light the fire, we burn it down, and we do it by any means necessary. This is DIM MAK.

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