Jen got her industry start at age 10, appearing in an ad for Nintendo’s Game Boy.  At the time she was satisfied to accept video games as payment.  She then literally grew up on-set, serving as production assistant, camera operator, and occasional animal wrangler before graduating to the world of post-production.   After earning her bachelor’s degree in Film Studies at the University of Washington and viewing “Battleship Potemkin” likely more times than even Eisenstein himself, Jen began the video editing career that sustains her to this day.


Jen has worked with many of today’s leading brands, including Harley-Davidson, Virgin, American Eagle, Hard Rock, Tween Brands, Guess, Victoria’s Secret, Fred Meyer, Costco, and AFLAC.    As with all projects she undertakes, Jen brought passion and dedication to those clients’ vision, helping their brands shape their corporate narrative through video.  Her ability to channel a myriad of ideas and multiple points of view into one seamless end product are unparalleled.


Jen even occasionally emerges from her editing suite to take in the best that Northwest living has to offer, be it enjoying the local dog park, taking a rainy walk through the woods or people watching in her favorite coffee shop.   She donates her spare time at the Seattle Humane Society and is renowned for loving both movies and dogs, though not necessarily movies about dogs.


If the project is right, Jen will still consider accepting video games as payment.

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