Jenna Elizabeth is an American filmmaker based in Los Angeles and represented by RALLY & Co.
Profiled in Elle as one of the most powerful women in the industry under thirty, Elizabeth specializes in fashion and music related projects. Her work has been described as both “nouveau goth” for its romantic aesthetic and active embrace of darker concepts as well as “challenging traditional biographic format.”
Elizabeth has worked with such subjects as Julianne Moore, Kanye West, Rashida Jones, Julian Casablancas, Chanel Iman, Erin Wasson, Josephine Skriver, and Brady Corbet.
Her work has been featured by Beyoncé, Google Think Insights, Vogue, Elle, W, V files, VS magazine, the NY Times, and WWD. Past clients include Ford, Intel, Maybelline, Anheuser-Busch, YSL Beauté, Christian Louboutin, and Mac.
Elizabeth’s doc “Yesterday/Tomorrow,” chronicling the developments of the 14 plus foundation’s schooling initiative in Zambia was featured at the Milan Design Festival, Ambika P3 Gallery in London in partnership with The University of Westminster, and the ADFF festival.
Jenna Elizabeth is a recipient of the 2011 Davey Awards for “From Civilization to Power,” documenting the collaboration between Kanye West and Marco Brambilla.