Jenny makes dramas, documentaries and commercials all over the world. She makes films with strong narratives. Her work is known for its authentic storytelling and emotional power.
Jenny’s most recent TV work stars John Hurt as Siegfried Sassoon in ‘Forbidden Love’ a factual drama about WW1 poets and Sassoon’s love affair with Wilfred Owen - which is airing in November on ITV . Her commercials work includes a ground-breaking campaign for the P&G brand ‘Always’ shot on location in Senegal. Jenny learnt the local language, Wolof, and spent ten days in a remote village in Senegal with no electricity or water, working with young girls to help them deliver the script in French. None of them were natural French speakers.
Jenny also shot a series of powerful films which were shown on C4 on Remembrance Sunday. Each featured a well known reading celebrated war poetry that emerged from the muddy trenches. Jenny drew superb performances from well known faces such as Sean Bean, Gemma Arterton, Stephen Graham and Sophie Okonedo. John Hay - commissioning editor for Channel 4 gave it the thumbs up saying "Jenny more than delivered, the shorts are subtle, modern, beautiful and powerful. They've got us all excited again about what short content can do.”
Recent branded content work includes films for Virgin Atlantic and Google - shot in Greece and Nigeria.
Jenny's film ‘America the Story of US’ about slavery and the American Civil War was introduced by Barack Obama and nominated for 4 Emmys.
Jenny has made comedy dramas, high-brow political films, historical docs and a film about Dolly Parton - "I don’t mind what the subject is, there just has to be a strong human narrative at the heart”.
Jenny speaks fluent French, German and Spanish and has dual US citizenship.