Born to parents who were both sculptors and drawers, sister of an architect, of a video artist and a future designer, Sarah Brigaud was brought up in an artist studio. Thus, she will hesitate between psychology, theatre, classical vocals, danse and illustration, finally finding some sort of convergence between all these interests in animation.
Student in the Met workshop of Penninghen and then at the Ecole Nationale des Arts Decoratifs in Paris, she gets her degree with her student short film "That's nothing", then works on her first professional short film "Novecento, pianist", adaptation of the famous writing from Alessandro Barrico, which had a huge success in festivals and was broadcasted in Court circuit on Arte in june 2005..
She then workes as animator or assistant on several movies, including a short period on Persepolis, then directed several commercials for Acme Filmworks,in Hollywood.
Her second short film "The Skeleton Woman", produced by Papy3D, has entered competition in about fifty international festivals, including Annecy, pre-selected for the french Cesars 2011 and screened on several broadcasts.

Sarah's Demo Reel

A quick look at Sarah's work. Music Miva Boïka