Hi, I'm Jenna. My work mainly explores technology's potential to empower, encourage, and enhance what makes us human. I love the liminality between people and their data, and am particularly interested in how insights from personal data can empower people to make positive changes in their lives.
I have a B.F.A. from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a Master's from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University.
My ongoing thesis project Speak, (Random Access) Memory has been featured in Mozilla's Artists Open Web, Mozilla Festival 2018, NYC Media Lab's 2018 Tech Summit, and NYU's 2018 Tech Summit.
Check out my single fun (yet still extremely nerdy) project—a voice-controlled word2vec browser game— on Experiments with Google! This project was also exhibited during IEEE GEM 2019 at Yale University.
I joyfully accept insecurity as the price of a wider scope. My resume is available here.