Jenna has been writing about architecture and design for over 15 years. Her work has taken her around the globe, from post-earthquake Haiti to the Milan furniture fair.
As former Dezeen US editor she helped launch the magazine's office in New York.
Jenna was formerly editor-in-chief at US architecture site Architizer and news director at Architectural Record. Before joining Dezeen she was digital editor for architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.
She has previously received an Associated Press Award for distinguished journalism achievement and was included in Surface Magazine’s Portfolio of American Influencers.
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