Can you just clarify what your field of “Visual Media” means, please?
It’s not clear to me whether you mean working in the field as a professional producer, say, of videos, or as a sales assistant in a video store, or, maybe, as an agent in a video company. This would help us assess how directly involved you would be in production/selling of the sinful items, and might make a difference to our advice.
Needless to say, many Christians face this dilemma.
There’s a good discussion in: Am I sinning by working in a store that sells condoms?
The discussion references this thorough and helpful article by Jimmy Akin:
Selling Bad Stuff
The article is long, but his conclusion is helpful:
Now, if you change any of those conditions, the moral evaluation is likely to change as well:
*] If the person is well off and doesn’t need the job then he might ought to quit.
*] If the person has available to him another, equally good job that doesn’t involve this dilemma (like moving to the butcher’s department or the janitorial staff) then he might ought to take it.
*] If the person has an alternative, such as a storeowner who could say with relative ease “Y’know, we’re just not going to sell those things here,” then he ought to pursue it.
But for an increasing number of people in our culture today, particularly in entry-level jobs, proportionate reasons for this kind of remote material cooperation are likely to exist. I’m not saying that they do for everyone. Do not get me wrong on that point. But given what’s happening to our culture, they will exist for a larger and larger number of people.
Finally, Jimmy observes that the Church doesn’t actually have a teaching on this, unfortunately, although it is becoming an increasingly common predicament.
The SCOTUS decision on SSM has thrown many more people into this situation, and there’s probably more to come.