Amber Greenlee is an entertainment artist and writer with past work experience in film, comic book publishing, live-television, and puppetry. By age 18, she was already an intern at O Entertainment on the Thumb series of shorts, working alongside industry legends such as Steve Oedekerk, Rob Paulsen, and Jim Jackman.
Between the years of 1996 and 2007, Ms. Greenlee published several web-comics online including No Stereotypes, Glych's Experiment, The Life of Glych, NonPersons, Red Dahlia, and participated as guest-artist on several others including The Adventures of Mayberry Melonpool, Tokyo High, CircleWeave, Framed!, and Glick Glidewell. Between the years of 1997 and 2003, she was an artist on the Archie comic book Sonic the Hedgehog.
In 2010, she graduated with a BFA in Comic Art from MCAD.
She has been part of several television show and movies.
Name: Amber Greenlee
Lives in: Denver, Colorado
Company: Panel2Panel.com, Incrediflix.com
Occupation: Animator, Concept Artist, Puppeteer, Screenwriter, Storyboard Artist, Script Consultant, Comedian and Producer
Unique traits: Storyboards, Singing, Puppeteering, Concept Art, Illustration, Writing
The Friend Zone (Short Film)
Film (short) by Robert Benjamin Jaffe Set Director "Amity Gyre" describes the emotional horror of unrequited love spoken, forgotten, and continued. As a friendship spirals out of control, some cling, believing love conquers all in time. For these poor souls, their partners smolder passion hoping perpetual stasis. What is known cannot be unknown. Lynne Rêveur drinks and draws, yearning for her buddy, Jeff. At home and rejected, she summons fellow artist David to join her dismissal of love. Fantasy crashes reality, as Lynne soon realizes that in The Friend Zone, no one is safe.
Film (Thriller and Short) Art Department/Props/SFX There are six sides to this story. Six people that must make a life or death decision. Like six sides to a little shiny box. A box that contains something we all want: something worth dying for, something worth killing for. A prisoner, a house wife, a Russian mobster, a school girl, a bomb maker, and a knife crazed serial killer have been playing a dangerous game via a mysterious box that appears when it is time to play the game. At least one will try to play honorably, but is honor possible in a game of life and death when you are not prepared to die? Written by Frank Silas (Director, Writer, Producer)
Television (Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi and Animation) Actress 900 year-old vampire Le Shoc is running a beat-down TV station in the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania. He's in dire need to pull it out of the toilet, so with the help of his Beatnik minion Batfink, they enlist college graduate Furry J. Ackermonster to be the station's new manager. Assisted by the smartly stupid Dwayne Frankenstein, the three unleash the Frankenstein device that allows it to resurrect canceled shows and turns them into a twisted parody. The show takes aim at multiple B-movie monsters and clichés. Written by Anonymous
On-Air Talent, artist, producer
Television by Minneapolis Television Network (Talk-Show) Philo A call-in comic book show where Minneapolis wrote the comic, one call and one panel at a time.
Adventures Into Digital Comics
Film (Documentary) Art department The film observes the events surrounding the sudden decrease of sales of comic books in the US in the early 90's, followed by the surge of webcomics on the Internet.
Film (Comedy and Short) Art department The classic tale of the Godfather and his rule over the Mob as told by the loveable thumbs that we all can relate to.
Best Special Effects, San Diego 48-Hour Film Project
Best New Film, Tel Aviv Film Festival