Aimee Bruss

Motion | Sound | Design


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The Lonely Wild – Everything You Need (Music Video)

Earlier this year, I was on a team to help produce this music video lead by Grace Merchant (Producer) and Kurt Paulsen (Creative Director). My position was to help animate and create the underworld scene. The process involved may hours with Photoshop and just as many hours with After Effects.

Today, the work pays off with it’s premiere on AmericanSongwriter.com! The link to the article can be found at the following:

http://www.americansongwriter.com/2014/07/video-premiere-lonely-wild-everything-need/

Behind the Scenes can be found at the link below:

http://gracemerchant.com/Everything-You-Need

The link to the video itself can be found below:

#wtfuturePromaxBDA Conference 2014: #WTFuture

Out of chaos comes beauty, out of disruption comes opportunity. So what are you waiting for? Embrace the mayhem because this is where creative ideas take the lead. #WTFuture

This conference is were the world’s most innovative creatives, marketers, strategists, designers and thought leaders gather to give unprecedented insights, business secrets and revolutionary tools that will help one grow. I attended a number of sessions at this conference which ranged from promoting one’s brand on Vine with Ian Padgham, to studying the history of title sequences with Ian Albinson.

I am quite thrilled and inspired from what PromaxBDA has to offer and I look forward to next year’s conference in Los Angeles!


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Emmy for Simplicity (Hand Drawn Animation)

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This submission was the full version of my Motion Animation from earlier. The full version will be on here soon, I promise.

Check out the rest of the entries from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences!

Special thanks to Bethany Lutheran College and to everyone else that helped and supported me in this project!

 


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Halloween Project

Hope everyone had a fun Halloween! I did anyway. Costumes, trick-or-treating, and parties are fun and all, but I wanted to try something different. I wanted to actually scare people this year and not as in hide behind a bush and jump out at kids walking by, but make an animation that can leave a viewer in chills. Here’s what I was working on for the last month!

I animated the character using Paper Cutout Animation. After I animated the character I took him in After Effects and put him in a scene that fit his style. The audio was recorded in Pro Tools by a very good friend of mine who can play violin like a boss.

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