JENNA POOL

Jenna Pool is a cinematographer, director, producer and editor based in Seattle, Washington. In cinematography, Jenna is known for impeccable composition and meaningful movement, making each frame an essential moment in a building story. Her documentaries are directed with courage and sensitivity to tell the story which is hardest to tell. Her narratives are brave and beautiful.

Jenna's cinematography appears in feature documentaries directed by Doug Pray (Levitated Mass) and Erik Proulx (365 Days: A Year in Happy Valley and Lemonade Detroit). Jenna was the director of photography for A Gift, a short documentary featured in the Seattle International Film Festival - Fly Film Series 2013. Her short narrative, The Leaving, was an official selection of the Northwest College Film Festival 2012. Her wildlife documentary short, Sanctuary Song, was an official selection of the Local Sightings Film Festival 2012. Clients include Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, South Park Arts, and Copper Canyon Press.

Jenna is also on the camera team of KEXP.org. She has shot over 200 live music performances by such bands as John Cale, Mudhoney, Dinosaur Jr., Hey Marseilles, Calexico, Brandi Carlisle, Kimbra, The Tallest Man on Earth, The Hives, The Head and the Heart, and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros.

Occasionally, Jenna's still photography is available for limited runs on bamboo block or recycled aluminum. Email for more info.