portraits-IMG_1881We would like to introduce you to Greg Edwards who has recently joined our highly talented Blue Cube Studios team.

As one of the country’s top studios producing Computer Generated Images (CGIs) and animations for architects, developers and marketing agencies, we look to recruit qualified professionals who can help us to maintain our excellent reputation.

Greg, 24, has an impressive CV, which ticks all of our boxes. He has been appointed as an Architectural Visualiser to work on some of our clients’ projects, creating skilfully engineered CGIs, 3d walk through and fly through animations.

Before joining us, Greg worked as an Architectural Assistant with Stem Architect for a year after gaining a BA Honours in Architecture (RIBA Part 1 Upper Second Class Honours) at the University of Lincoln. More recently, he gained his Professional Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Part 2) at London Metropolitan University.

‘It’s been amazing to be appointed as an Architectural Visualiser for Blue Cube Studios, which has a great reputation for the high standard of its work across the country.’ said Greg, who grew up in Earls Colne, Essex. ‘I had my interview knowing half about what the job entailed and in a couple of months I have learnt a lot about the highly technical 3d software that we use to generate the images.

‘I applied to Blue Cube Studios as a tactical change in career. Creating CGIs, 3d walk through and fly through animations aligns well with my interests. Since starting university, I have found a strong passion for film and game architecture, digital painting and graphic design. I pursue these interests through articles, journals and websites such as Art Station, Conceptart, Deviantart, Dezeen, Archdaily and many more. I also enjoy life drawing and environment classes.’

Blue Cube Studios boss, Richard Hart said: ‘We are investing time, money and energy to take Blue Cube Studios forward to be the very best that we can be. Employing Greg is part of our business strategy and we welcome Greg into our team.