Axis Studios is constantly evolving and growing, and the journey should be one of excitement and discovery for everyone.

This looks like:

  • Embracing new ideas, working practices and artistic styles
  • Getting fired up about working on new projects in unexplored sectors of the industry
  • Finding new ways to innovate, collaborate and support each other as we grow.


Everyone at Axis Studios should have the opportunity to reach their potential, meeting their ambition with imagination, effort, and high standards.

This looks like:

  • Identifying opportunities for innovation
  • Looking for unrealised potential in our colleagues and teammates
  • Helping others improve their approach through constructive and supportive feedback.


We’d like Axis Studios to be a great place to work, and for everyone who works here to feel like they are part of one big, slightly eccentric, family.

This looks like:

  • Assuming everyone is trying their best
  • Looking out for anyone who does not seem to have found their place, and supporting them to be part of a diverse team
  • Looking to connect beyond our immediately preferred groups of colleagues


Everyone should have the opportunity to succeed at Axis Studios regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership; pregnancy and maternity; race (which includes colour, nationality and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief; sex; and sexual orientation.

This looks like:

  • Ensuring equal opportunities in recruitment, training, and promotion
  • Recognising and valuing the different contributions people bring to their work and embracing diversity of thought
  • Celebrating the diversity of the studio, and its work.


We expect Axis Studios to be a place where everyone can enjoy a working environment free from bullying, harassment and discrimination.

This looks like:

  • Taking time to understand someone’s circumstances, viewpoint, background, and feelings
  • Responding constructively to feedback on your behaviour if it offends someone
  • Being honest, but respectful with feedback.


One of the primary goals for Axis Studios is to produce great work, and to be a studio where everyone can create their best work.

This looks like:

  • Doing the best work you possibly can
  • Always looking for places to add value to a project, or the studio
  • Over-delivering to the director and the client wherever possible.