Emilie Aubry is a freelance film editor. Working across music videos, commercials and branded content. Most recently she has moved into longer form content, editing a feature and two documentaries.
Born and raised in France, Emilie’s interest in film and editing began at a very young age. Growing up, she’d record MTV music videos on her VHS so that she could watch them over and over again—and so began her love affair with American culture.
After graduating from school in Bordeaux with a focus in editing, Emilie moved to Paris where she quickly entered collaborations with talented directors such as: Helmi, Fleur Fortuné, Emmanuel Cossu, Partel Oliva, Emile Sornin. Five years later, Emilie decided to move to Los Angeles to pursue new opportunities, meet new directors and see what the American dream was all about!
She received a talent/alien visa and is now based in Los Angeles. She created her own editing company, Kid Sister LLC, with her business partner, Niles Howard. She has worked for well known artists like Rihanna, Cardi B, Kali Uchis, Banks, Dua Lipa, Zedd, Diplo, The Chainsmokers, The Shoes.
In advertising, she has collaborated with brands like Adidas, Facebook, Chanel, GQ, L’Oréal, Puma, YSL for clients like iD, W Magazine, Wynn Hotel. She has worked with Saatchi & Saatchi, TBWA, McCan among others. Wieden + Kennedy even flew her to Japan for a job.
Emilie has a few big projects coming out in 2019! She was an additional editor on a documentary called “72” directed by Laurent Barthelemy, she has a feature/musical called K-12 directed by Melanie Martinez for Atlantic Records, and “Asia Rising”, a documentary about Asian Hip-Hop directed by Jonathon Lim.