About Jenn Tran
Jenn Tran has been working as a graphic designer and motion graphics animator in the fashion, film, and broadcast, industries since 2000. Jenn began her career working one on one with the legendary film title sequence designer, Pablo Ferro, and has designed opening title sequences for films such as MEN IN BLACK II, THE TRUTH ABOUT CHARLIE, THE DOOR IN THE FLOOR, and AVIATOR. In the women's interest and fashion scene, Jenn designed graphics, videos, and branding for Elle, Women's Day, New York Fashion Week, Madonna, Kate Moss, Giselle, Modelinia, Maybelline, and Vogue. Jenn's broadcast work includes creating motion graphics for American Idol, Smallville, Animal Planet, MTV, and other amazing projects.
Inspired by aboriginal art during her childhood in Melbourne, Australia, Jenn pursued a career in art at CalArts in Valenia, CA, studying experimental animation and graphic design, and later studying interactive telecommunications at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. She enjoys drawing, painting, designing, animating, listening to new music and experimenting with interactive media.