As a supporting part of the Raycon Creative Team, the Video Editing Intern will be fully immersed in the discipline of post-production to build and strengthen their fundamental skills in the practice within an integrated marketing organization for a global market. Each day for a Raycon Creative is different given our lean team and love for the audio space.
From pre-production kick-off through media delivery, you will learn the total post - production lifecycle and inner workings within a fast-paced setting - I mean come on, what did you expect, we’re a New York based company! The ideal intern is self-starting, curious, and resourceful. And hey, it’d be great if you love music as much as we do. The intern will strive to flawlessly execute the work and relentlessly pursue the highest level of craft, day-in, day-out. Our interns are assigned to work on projects that are applicable during their time at Raycon. Each piece of work will be seen by thousand. Responsibilities may include:

  • Assist Video Lead in video editing, building assemblies
  • Assist Art Director in creating video ad spec for pitches and new business development pitches
  • Participate & challenge ideation sessions for YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, Pinterest, and other social media channels
  • Color correction and high-level SFX
  • Adobe After Effects tasks including animating type, creating transitions, etc
  • Intake, organize, maintain, backup, and restore media file

What you’ll learn:

  • E-commerce video design for a global brand (website, landing pages, emails, ads, marketplaces, etc.)
  • Omni-channel video design
  • Collaborating on a creative team tied to an integrated marketing arm
  • Developing a editing workflow that produces 20+ video assets a day
  • How to quality video designs to company stakeholders and staff


  • Proficient with Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects
  • Interest in ideation, media content, storytelling
  • Comfortable working in Keynote or Google Slides
  • Demonstrated interest in communications, human-centered design, video editing digital communications, digital art, and HOT KEYS
  • Comfort in a fast-paced environment
  • Excel written and oral communication
  • Organized and attentive to detail
  • Experience with Cinema 4D and Unreal Engine a plus
  • Experience with Adobe Photoshop a plus

Please note this is an unpaid internship, but a meal and travel stipend will be provided.

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