Aimee GilletteAimee Gillette is a writer and director who originally hails from Omaha, Nebraska. At the age of sixteen, she left home and moved across the country to live and work in Los Angeles. After establishing herself in the film industry there, she worked on pieces for clients such as Sega game systems, Rhino Records, and PBS as well as animated sequences for various cable networks. Since moving to New York City, she has had work of hers featured at Cannes, Sundance, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In 2008 thus far, she completed a television documentary for NYC & Company, was a Webby Award Honoree for her work shooting indie bands, and graduated from the New York University MFA Film program in September. Aimee Gillette was awarded a Production grant at NYU in 2007 for Ram Bambit and a Production grant at NYU in 2007 for Good Scents.