Healing personal trauma through storytelling
Jennifer Cooper is a graduate of the MFA Film and Television program at Mount Saint Mary’s University, where she also completed a BA with a double-major in Film and English.
As a student, she produced the feature length anthology film 5 Faces of Hell; depending on the segment, she has also served at times as writer, director, cinematographer and editor.
Jenn managed the project’s crowdfunding campaign through Seed & Spark, and managed to raise over $5,000. She’s also acted as cinematographer and editor on numerous projects for other students, including several narrative and documentary thesis projects.
Outside of school, she has produced, shot and edited promotional videos for Portland Animal Aid, Black Label Home Collection, Urban Colony furniture and has edited various short films and documentaries.
  • Producer (5 Credits)
    Hell Is Other Witches2021
    Short
    Conversations With Emily2020
    Short
    Charlotte On The Rebound2019
    Short, Student
    Halflight2018
    Short
    Unkempt2018
    Short
  • Writer (4 Credits)
    Hell Is Other Witches2021
    Short
    Conversations With Emily2020
    Short
    Charlotte On The Rebound2019
    Short, Student
    Halflight2018
    Short
  • Director (2 Credits)
    Conversations With Emily2020
    Short
    Halflight2018
    Short
  • Editor (2 Credits)
    Conversations With Emily2020
    Short
    Unkempt2018
    Short
  • Director of Photography (1 Credit)
    Halflight2018
    Short
  • Sound Design (1 Credit)
    Unkempt2018
    Short
  • Cinematographer (1 Credit)
    Unkempt2018
    Short
College
Mount St. Mary's University
Film and Television
20152018
College
Mount St. Mary's University
English and Film & Social Justice
20102015
Birth Date
July 26
Nickname
Jenn
Birth City
Los Angeles
Current City
Portland
Gender
Female
“When I looked at life through the camera, I felt like I could finally see it.”
― Katherine Howe
“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.”
― Pablo Picasso
“One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
“Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity and change.”
― Brene Brown
Healing personal trauma through storytelling
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