An animated musical take on the frustrations of an unending to-do list as experienced by one mom (not helped much by the antics of her little dog).
Writer/director/producer: Jenny Breukelman
Jenny Breukelman says:
“I originally created the song To Do List to express the overwhelming sense I felt as a single mom of two children, trying to keep it all together and staying creative at the same time.
The seemingly unending amount of things to do inspired me to make a little animation to go along with the song so I created this piece with the cooperation of our little (slightly evil) dog and added yet one more project to my to do list.”
About Jenny Breukelman
Jenny Breukelman (stage name Jenny Brooklin) has been working as a freelance multimedia artist for over 12 years.
She trained in audio recording at Columbia Academy of Radio, Television and Recording Arts in 2000.
In the summer of 2003 she moved to Galiano Island where she worked at the Gulf Islands Film and Television School (GIFTS) as a composer and animation/visual FX mentor.
Jenny’s work includes Urban Ink’s Women In Fish as animator/graphic designer and the Fathom Labs Highway project.
She was hired as an animation mentor for Sierra Club/Gumboot Productions One Tonne Challenge and created soundtracks for the National Film Board’s short clips on anti-racism.
Jenny was part of the Smoke Screen project two years in a row (anti-smoking ads created by youth, produced by the Access to Media Education Society).
She hosts a regular open-mic night on the island and is working on original material as a singer/songwriter.
Jenny has two children, two cats, one crazy dog, two fish and is happy to work in multimedia and live on a beautiful island in the forest at the same time.