We are what we believe.

We believe in the power of creativity: creativity that makes people think, feel, and then act. Creativity brimming with bravery and vision, heart and humor, imagination and truth.

We believe that brands should stand for more than what they’re selling. With culture as our playground and emotion as our craft, we help our clients change minds, win hearts, and create memories.

We believe that good people are the key to creating great work. Our halls are filled with passionate thinkers and makers, seasoned experts and rising stars, who unleash each other’s brilliance and celebrate every win as a team.

Together, we bring ideas from the page into the world, ideas that are so audacious, so original, so meaningful that they couldn’t come from you or me.

Only we. We Are TMA. Creativity That Matters.

We Are TMA. Creativity That Matters.

About You:

  • You are insatiably curious. About the world. About culture. About technology. About entertainment. About art, design, literature and a whole host of other things.
  • You are a hyper-creative 3D designer with a passion for everything in 3-dimensions. You could talk booleans and arrays all day, but you’d rather be doing it.
  • You’re obsessed with the creative opportunities in experience. You relish in the chance to create immersive experiences and spaces that envelop humans in the warm goo of emotion.
  • You enjoy using your knowledge and skills to build on ideas with a team.
  • You are constantly devouring references. You can instantly call out your favorite work from last week or last year, and could easily name your favorite designers, ad agencies and design agencies.
  • You are a seasoned experiential designer with a proven history of designing big ideas for big brands. You probably have a stack of trophies, but you’re always looking for another.
  • You aren’t satisfied with the work you’ve done so far. You have a strong desire to do bigger and better work. Always. You believe your best is yet to come.
  • You love working with big brands and relish the opportunity to create an idea that resonates with culture. 
  • You’re a fiend for style, and always want to push what’s next.
  • You are a perfectionist who understands that different situations require different solutions. You are equally as happy working on cheap-and-dirty projects as you are those with big budgets, all the time working to produce the biggest ideas and most expertly crafted experiences.
  • You’re not only a designer, but you’re a maker. You aren’t happy just making pretty picture; you want to make real stuff with real people in a real shop!
  • You inspire andmotivate others including junior, intermediate and senior-level creative staff. Your enthusiasm about your job and your ideas is infectious and you know how to use that.
  • You understand outstanding design and execution vs. what is average and safe.
  • You embrace a fast-paced environment and deliver exceptional quality even under tight deadlines.
  • You have a  passion and vision for ideas that will have everyone around you believing it can and must be done.
  • You are willing to continuously learn and rethink the creative process to take advantage of being ahead of the game.
  • You wholeheartedly believe that the work comes first and that good creative can transform brands.
  • You must enjoy creative without limitations. GO BIGGER. MAKE IT BETTER. These will be our mantras. This doesn’t intimidate you—it excites you.

About the Role:

You should be ready to do work that resonates in culture. You’re always working as part of a team, but you’ll never be asked just to “execute” on anything. You’re hear to raise the bar.

You will be:

  • Participating in brainstorms.
  • Working across live events, experiential installations, exhibits, pop-ups, experiential retail, conventions, & more.
  • Pushing the aesthetics, functionality and emotional impact of all the experience work.
  • Generating a variety of ideas and sketches to present to the Creative Director at the start of each project.
  • Designing all aspects of an experience, including but not limited to: comps, presentations, environmental design, fabrications, etc.
  • Working closely with various members of the Experience team to develop concepts for clients in pre-sale, creating visually stunning representations of concepts for idea sell-in.
  • Working closely with production and vendors through the feasibility and design process.
  • Working to really understand an idea, both conceptually and strategically, and using every talent you have in your bag of tricks to make them even better.
  • Tasked with always delivering (and defending) amazing work—even with tight turnarounds and pressure.
  • Generating all final files for production.
  • Overseeing on-site installations, ensuring creative quality control and helping with creative solutions on the fly.
  • Bringing best practices and new techniques/technologies to the experience team.

Qualifications:

  • Passion for creative, innovation and ideation.
  • Solutions-oriented mentality.
  • Team-oriented with a collaborative approach to creative development—but still able to plow forward alone if needed.
  • Minimum of 4 years of experiential or event design experience as a 3D designer.
  • Advanced knowledge of 3D Studio Max, Sketchup, Blender and AutoCAD is a must.
  • Advanced knowledge of the latest design tools including the Adobe creative suite, Keynote and Powerpoint.
  • A working knowledge of technologies, materials, building techniques and event production methods is key.
  • Solid portfolio of beautiful things available online. Mmmmm.
  • Preference given to those with an architecture background.

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