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Brittney Lee

Animation Visual Development Artist

The Walt Disney Company

HQ Phone:  (818) 560-1000

Email: b***@***.com

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The Walt Disney Company

500 S. Buena Vista St.

Burbank, California,91521

United States

Company Description

The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading diversified international entertainment and media enterprise with five business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products and intera... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Aladdin Limited


Affiliations

Encore

Member


Education

BFA degree

Film and Animation

RIT


Film and Animation program graduate

Rochester Institute of Technology


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5 Things You Might Not Know About Sleeping Beauty - Callista's Ramblings

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"Creating the ultimate at-home viewing experience, Disney's 2-Disc Diamond Edition Blu-ray Superset (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy) contains digitally restored picture and sound, a digital copy of the film, and a variety of magical new bonus features, including "Once Upon A Parade," in which "Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland tells us the tale of Walt Disney World's new Festival Of Fantasy Parade, "Art of Evil: Generations Of Disney Villains," a legacy piece spotlighting Disney's favorite villain animator and Maleficent creator Marc Davis, and "@DisneyAnimation: Artists in Motion," in which Walt Disney Animation Visual Development artist Brittney Lee goes through the process of creating a three dimensional sculpture of Maleficent, completely out of paper.


New on DVD & Blu-ray: Oct. 7-13 | Dreamsville

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Other special features include "Once Upon a Parade," in which "Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland tells us the tale of Walt Disney World's new Festival of Fantasy Parade; "Art of Evil: Generations of Disney Villains," a legacy piece spotlighting Disney's favorite villain animator and Maleficent creator Marc Davis; "@DisneyAnimation: Artists in Motion," in which Walt Disney Animation Visual Development artist Brittney Lee goes through the process of creating a three dimensional sculpture of Maleficent, completely out of paper; "BEAUTY-OKE Once Upon A Dream" sing-along; classic DVD bonus features "The Sound of Beauty: Restoring a Classic," "Picture Perfect: The Making Of Sleeping Beauty," "Eyvind Earle: A Man And His Art" about "Sleeping Beauty" art director Eyvind Earle.


Center Stage Gallery | Mike Gabriel Book Launch Event May 17

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Brittney Lee: Art Director, Walt Disney Animation Studios


YYZ Bambina: Disney's Sleeping Beauty: Diamond Edition Available Oct. 7th #Review #Printables

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There's a variety of magical new bonus features in the Diamond Edition DVD & Blu-ray, including "Once Upon A Parade," in which "Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland tells us the tale of Walt Disney World's new Festival Of Fantasy Parade, "Art of Evil: Generations Of Disney Villains," a legacy piece spotlighting Disney's favorite villain animator and Maleficent creator Marc Davis, and "@DisneyAnimation: Artists in Motion," in which Walt Disney Animation Visual Development artist Brittney Lee goes through the process of creating a three dimensional sculpture of Maleficent, completely out of paper.


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Brittney Lee
Top 5 concept artists Brittney Lee Top 5 concept artists Brittney Lee Top 5 concept artists Brittney Lee Top 5 concept artists Brittney Lee Just like Kevin Dart, Brittney Lee's work is very much inspired by modernist artists from the 1950's and 1960's. But where Dart primarily gets his inspiration from book illustrators like Charlie Harper, Lee seems to be channeling the legendary production designer Mary Blair. So it is perfectly appropriate that Lee is now working at Disney, the same studio for which Mary Blair did her famous designs. Some years ago Lee began experimenting with paper sculptures. Three dimensional illustrations painstakingly built up out of cut-out pieces of paper. These stunning dioramas have since become a major influence on other artists. In fact, Brittney Lee is probably one of today's most influential animation artists. Apart from her strong visual style, the thing that makes Lee's work stand out is the appeal of it. 'Appeal' is one of the 12 animation principles defined in Disney's animation bible The Illusion of Life, but the exact meaning of 'appeal' is hard to describe. Similar to something like charisma, it doesn't necessarily have much to do with the level or skill of the artist. It's pretty much the X-factor of animation. If you want to know more about appeal, Brittney Lee's blog (which goes back all the way to her student-work) seems like a perfect place to start! The work of 'Pro Doodler' Ian McQue is far removed from the fairylike images of Brittney Lee. It has more of a blue-collar vibe to it. Recurring subjects in his personal work are: astronauts (spacemen), robots, funky vehicles, anything with cables or tubes attached to it, and especially flying boats. He has done many illustrations of these rusty ships docking at floating scrapyard harbors or being worked on by rough welders.


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