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D2’s Visualisations Team Appoints Software Developer

D2 Rail are pleased to welcome Jake Brown to the D2 Rail Team. Jake joins us in the position of Junior Software Developer and will be based at our Central Manchester HQ, where he will report to our Visualisation lead, Matt Sykes.

Jake has spent the past 4-years studying Computer Games Design at The University of Huddersfield.

Throughout his time at University, he has gained experience across many areas including Environment Art, Prop Modelling, Character Art, Animation, VFX and In-Engine Level Design.

All at D2, are excited to see how Jake will apply his varying skillset to our Visualisation Team’s expanding project workload.

Welcome on board Jake, we all look forward to working with you.

At D2 Rail, we encourage the use of visualisations for our clients, by always seeking to find areas where it can be used effectively to support and enhance projects. From supporting clients during design phases, consents and tender submissions, we see the real added value of visualisations and its multiple features.

https://www.d2rail.co.uk/services/visualisations/

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