Supervising Director, The Loud House
Jessica Borutski is currently the supervising director on The Loud House.
Working in the industry since 2003, Borutski started working in animation at Spumco working on the new The Ren and Stimpy Show. From there she ventured to the East Coast and worked with Collideascope and Copernicus on various music videos and television series. Soon after, she created her own short film entitled "I Like Pandas," earning Borutski the Frederator Flash Film of the Year Award. Borutski went on to work at Fuel Industries in 2005 where she art directed many projects and worked with clients such as Kraft Foods, Johnson&Johnson, and McDonald's to create beautiful immersive online gaming. The popularity of her short film earned her notice from WB, who approached her to re-design the Looney Tunes, leading her to direct the "Merrie Melodies" and "Wabbit" series, which evolved into "The New Looney Tunes Show." Borutski went on to work on many of the WB legacy properties and earned an Emmy nomination for producing One DC Nation Short featuring Shazam entitled "WISDOM." She developed and creatively produced “Bunnicula” into an animated TV series for Cartoon Network International.