Jenna Pool is a cinematographer and sometimes photographer based in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Seattle. She is known for impeccable composition, finding or creating just the right light, capturing critical moments, using meaningful movement, and the courage and sensitivity to tell the story hardest to tell.
Levitated Mass directed by Doug Pray. Borderline directed by Rebbie Ratner. 365 Days: A Year in Happy Valley directed by Erik Proulx. Finally and Forever by James Maher. Untitled Feature Documentary by Rebbie Ratner.
Amazon, Microsoft, 24 Hour Fitness, Polycom, OATH/Yahoo, Synaptics, HIRED.
NON PROFIT CLIENTS:
United Nations, Boys and Girls Club, KEXP, Boston Scholar Athletes, Seattle Children's Hospital, Pure Food Kids Workshop, Cinequest, Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, South Park Arts, Copper Canyon Press.
LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES (200 +):
Rodrigo y Gabriela, The Tallest Man on Earth, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Lucius, Kimbra, Lykke Li, The Hives, The Head and the Heart, Ziggy Marley, Dinosaur Jr., Father John Misty, Angel Olson, Junip, Broken Bells and many more.
LIVE SPORTS COVERAGE:
Big Ten Football, NASL Soccer, D-League Basketball, Minor League Baseball, and Championship Swimming.
FILM FESTIVALS (as director or director of photography):
Local Sightings Film Festival 2014, Methow Winter Film Festival 2014, SIFF Seattle International Film Festival 2013, Northwest College Film Festival 2012 and the Local Sightings Film Festival 2012.
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