Brittany Lauda is an actress & director, mostly working in anime, animation and games. Some notable production credits of hers include the 2018 remake of anime classic Legend of the Galactic Heroes: Die Neue These, the intriguing story of Minotaur, the historic release of Ai no Kusabi, and goofy anime series like Hensuki, Ladies verus Butlers, Juden-Chan Recharged and World War Blue. She has worked in-house at studios such as Media Blasters, Okratron 5000 and Funimation as a director and has assistant directed on over 100 episodes of anime. She co-owns Kocha Sound with her husband Matt Shipman.
It’s rare to find Brittany not engrossed in her work, since she does everything from administrative work to voice over to directing and casting. However, in her free time she enjoys playing with her Shiba Inu puppy, playing video games, and jamming to Devin Townsend on the way to sessions. You can catch her voice in over one hundred roles in anime for Media Blasters, Funimation, Sentai Filmworks and more including Dr. Stone, Made in Abyss, Darling in the Franxx, My Hero Academia, and Pokemon XY. She also is in games like MapleStory, Smite, Huniepop, and official Hasbro apps for My Little Pony and Transformers.
You can attend our next Professional Invitational one of two ways:
• There are 15 standard spaces available for normal attendance, which gives you the opportunity to read for and receive feedback from our guest. (these will go fast!)
• There are also 15 audit spaces for students who wish to attend the lecture without reading copy during the final part of class - which is a great way to learn about the industry regardless of your experience level.
The Professional Invitational features a different guest each time. During the first hour, Sally interviews our guest about their background, creative process, and how they audition and select talent. Then we open the floor to questions from the audience. Finally, 15 students will read copy and receive feedback from our guest.
Guest: Brittany Lauda
Host: Sally Clawson
Date: Monday September 14
Time: 6:30-9:30pm PDT
Performer Cost: $140
Auditor Cost: $75
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