We are not looking for someone who wants a diploma, we're looking for someone who wants a career in visual effects and motion graphics.
Don't just take our word for it, ask our recent graduates.
"The course covered all important bases of visual effects. It has improved over time so much that I wish I could re-take the course again just to learn them all again with these new add-ons." – Vicki Lau (2011)
Vicki is currently working as a visual effects artist in the United States. She was the Visual Effects supervisor in Beyond Glory, a stereoscopic compositor on Guardians of the Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Hercules and a digital compositor on TV shows such as Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Hemlock Grove, Grey's Anatomy, Parks and Recreation.
"Essentially, all schools teach the same things. What we often not count into consideration is the learning environment. Looking back at my time at SP, I am glad to have made my lifelong friends there and be supported by the best facilities any school has to offer. But above all, being motivated by the most supportive team of educators I have ever met." – Fyn Ng (2010)
Fyn is now working as a designer for Spontaneous in New York, New York. He assisted in the motion graphics design of the iPhone 6 launch when he was interning at Apple in Cupertino, California.
"Not only did we learn great skills from this course but also found a great companion in each other. We met in one of the combined classes and shared the same dreams and goals. Today, we are working in the same industry, thanks to the teachings of the course and encouraging lecturers." – Nicole D'Cotta (2013) and Eugene Matthew Cheong (2012)
Nicole is now working as a roto artist for Double Negative Singapore and has work on films such as Avengers: Age of Ultron, Exodus: Gods and Kings , and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. Eugene Matthew is working as an artist in Industrial Light and Magic and has worked on films such as Jurassic World
I had received plenty of opportunities during my course of study. I was selected to partake in an internship with University of California in Los Angeles during my final year, which not only opened my eyes to the industry but also sparked an interest in me to focus on motion graphics.
Scottie now works in as a motion graphics artist for Loyalkaspar in Manhatten, New York.
– Scottie Lim (2012)