FIRST

LADY

ROLE
AD
CATEGORY
MOTION

DESIGN & ANIMATION

Amanda Godreau

PRODUCED AT

Ringling College of

Art and Design

MUSIC BY

Kelly Warner

DESIGN & ANIMATION

Amanda Godreau

IN COLLABORATION WITH

Gabe Nadel

PRODUCED AT

Ringling College of Art and Design

MUSIC BY

Kelly Warner

IN COLLABORATION WITH

Gabe Nadel

TITLES

The First Lady is a personal visual exploration of the woman and myth—Eve. 

 

Her story has been told across cultures for centuries, but it's only recently that we've begun to let go of old ideas about women and their stories. Eve is a woman and a myth.

 

 She has been the object of fascination for centuries, both as the first human being and the mother of all humanity. In this visual exploration, we wanted to explore Eve's role as a woman and her relationship with her own journey.

 

This piece in collaboration with Kelly Warner, who created the music. We wanted to create something that wasn't just beautiful to look at but also deeply felt—something that evoked the true spirit of the project: passion, devotion, and wickedness.

THE STORY

We wanted to explore a different kind of Eve—one who felt empowered by her choice. The story unfolds as a series of vignettes, each one exploring a different small aspect of Eve's character and life.

 

We worked hard to create a visually compelling experience that could draw viewers in from the first frame. With this in mind, we decided to take on a stylistic approach that would emphasize mood, color, and shape—all elements that would help make this story come alive.

THE STORY

We wanted to explore a different kind of Eve—one who felt empowered by her choice. The story unfolds as a series of vignettes, each one exploring a different small aspect of Eve's character and life.

 

We worked hard to create a visually compelling experience that could draw viewers in from the first frame. With this in mind, we decided to take on a stylistic approach that would emphasize mood, color, and shape—all elements that would help make this story come alive.