Commercial Portfolio

Amélie has worked with clients such as:

Kiewit Luminarium

In 2023, the Kiewit Luminarium, a 82,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art science museum, opened its doors in Omaha, Nebraska. 

The Grid, a striking two-story tower exhibit within the museum, features short documentaries created by:

Jon Hustead, Production Company + Director of Photography

Tessa V. Wedberg, Series Director + Executive Producer

Greg LaVern Lilly, Series Producer

Joshua Foo, Director

Sarah Rowe, Director

Amélie Raoul, Editor + 2nd Camera

Lauren Abell, Editor + 2nd Camera

Sharonda Harris-Marshall, Editor

Samson Foo, 2nd Camera

Andre Sessions, 2nd Camera

Christopher Marshall, Camera Assistant

Sarah Krohn, Post Sound

Anna Finocchiaro, Photographer

“The Grid invites you to consider the innovation, technology, and skills we each use daily in the care of our belongings and communities. Home improvement requires knowledge of materials and planning, like building a skyscraper. Advocating for a bus route requires systems thinking, like designing software. Mending a sweater requires technical skills used in creating haute couture. Through our everyday work, we express our values, deploy skills, and create something new. See yourself and your neighbors reflected in stories of local residents, and try your hand at basic making, tending, and repair.” -From the Luminarium’s website.

Photography courtesy of Anna Finocchiaro.

Portland Public Schools

“Every Last One Of Us” — The Launch of the Master Arts Education Plan 2023

This video premiered on April 11, 2023 at the HeART of Portland event at the Portland Art Museum where over 1,000 Portland, OR residents were witness to the unveiling of the Master Arts Education Plan. This video highlights student artists and arts educators and makes the case for why the MAEP is needed.

Editor, Colorist, Motion Designer: Amélie Raoul

Produced by: Oh! Creative

Director: Liz Bacon

Producer/Set Design: Danni Parpan

Director of Photography: Kevin Michaluk

2nd Camera: Evan Rodriguez

Gaffer/Grip: Deante Grinner and Brigitte Gleason

Sound: Dicky Dahl

BTS Photographer: Karen Pride

Production Assistants: Melaiah Schaefer-Romine and Steve Brian

Joslyn Art Museum: Faces from the Interior

Faces from the Interior was organized by the Margre H. Durham Center for Western Studies, Joslyn Art Museum, in association with The Met (New York, NY).

Created in collaboration with:

Jon Hustead, Annika Johnson, Jessa Rae Growing Thunder, Tessa V. Wedberg, Spencer Wigmore


Nik Fackler, Amélie Raoul, Ben Brodin

3 by Sondheim / Series Trailer for Film Streams

Creative direction, editing and motion design:  Amélie Raoul

Nebraska Ataxia: Sunny's Story

Nebraska Ataxia’s nonprofit mission is to help those affected by Ataxia through direct assistance, community and professional education and awareness, support for caregivers, and funding for medical therapies, equipment and research.

Produced by: Tessa V. Wedberg

Cinematography by: Jon Hustead

Camera Assistant: Sam Foo

Editor:  Amélie Raoul

Sound Design: Ben Brodin

Additional Footage Provided By: Amélie Raoul

Archival Footage Provided By: Brenda and Richard Ostransky

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