Private Project


Life is short and beautiful. I use nature to talk about life and death. A man, a woman, and other people are all living in this tiny world. We are a part of beautiful Mother Nature. She is amazing and in the afterlife, we will go back to Her. In the beginning, you will see the man and woman are surrounded by a butterfly dancing tree. People ultimately go back to Mother Nature to become one.

  • Blond Jenny
  • Elijah Blond
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Short
  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 22 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 31, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    3,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    Korea, Republic of
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Director Biography - Blond Jenny

Blond Jenny is a painter, photographer, and filmmaker. Her work is a mix of storytelling through her alter ego, cartoon character Blond Jenny, her self-portraits, found objects from nature, 360-degree photos and videos.
Her recent work is focused on nature, women’s rights, and American politics. She uses video and self-photography with mix media to expand the range of expression in her photography. She continues to develop techniques so she can challenge the boundaries of her expression. She likes to explore new media and play with it as part of her overall story. Her intent is to show that with nature or flowers we can be more connected and happy. She has found freedom in nature and continues to explore the path between life, death, and beyond.
Recent exhibits include Pow(h)er, Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull Gallery, New Jersey; Video Art Department for Splice Film Fest Finalist Award Winner (2nd Place), New York City ; International Fine Arts Film Festival, Santa Barbara, CA ; MiraBan Video Art Showcase, Official Selection, Milan, Italy ;Geumgang Nature Art Biennale, South Korea ; Block 2 Video Exhibition Artist Honorarium Raleigh, NC; Feminism Media Artivist Biennale Short Film Exhibit, South Korea and Photography Department for Kathryn Markel Fine Arts. Her work has also been selected by the following shows Hipster & Otaku Photography Exhibition CICA Museum; Trending: Contemporary Art Now Exhibition Target Gallery for the Women’s Caucus for Art; and Duality of Feminine and Feminist Exhibition Gallery 66.

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Director Statement

Nature Reimagined
Lately, I’ve rotated my work between social activism on one side and capturing my feelings in nature on the other. This provides a balance for me that sometimes releases tension and other times brings me peace and tranquility. In this nature work, I want to express my womanhood. This is my self-portrait. Nature unreleased my honesty and through it I found my existence. I collected these flowers and leaves, dried them, then used them to illustrate my story. This process brings me closer to nature which is a source of joy and satisfaction for me.