The staff from the Neal Street building will undergo a period of consultation - set to end in a month's time - before a decision is made on their future at the company.
The potential redundancies include the company's business director, two producers, a 3D animator, receptionist and two runners.
Slight said that the possible cutbacks may be necessary to 'maintain the company's level of productivity' . He stated that the company needed to reduce the number of staff in support roles because they were restructuring the business to make it more of a design-led boutique facility. This includes plans to run the business with a smaller core staff - drafting in extra producers for long-term contracts when necessary.
Skaramoosh was set up in 1997 and had also offered online and offline edit facilities until the beginning of this year when it shut down its two offline suites after Slight decided they 'didn't make commercial sense'.
'Many other people feel that in broadcasting it's better to be a boutique than a larger company,' said Slight.
'The market has changed - it's difficult for mid-sized companies to compete. We need more flexibility, and have to be more selective in the work we pitch for.'