Jennifer Ruff is filmmaker and artist based in Brooklyn. She has worked on numerous award winning films, including Kelly Reichardt's Old Joy, Alfonso Cuarón's Y Tu Mama Tambien, Kim Pierce's Boy's Don't Cry, and Lisa Cholodenko's High Art. She recently edited Lyle, an award winning feature starring Gaby Hoffman; The Color of Time a film made with numerous directors and James Franco; and Glass Chin, starring Billy Crudup and Corey Stoll. She is currently editing A Woman, A Part directed by Elizabeth Subrin, produced by Scott Macaulay. Jennifer also exhibits her video art and collages in galleries in NY, LA, Tokyo and London. She has been a professor at NYU’s prestigious Tisch Graduate School of Film since 2001.
Editing I and II
BA English Literature, University of New Mexico