With a career spanning more than two decades, Jennifer Gentile has proven a success in the Entertainment Industry. Her work as a Set Decorator covers a diverse range of genres in Film and Television from the quandaries of CSI to the comedy of Adam Sandler. She is also skilled with Periods as Production Designer and has a unique esthetic with a strong emphasis on character and detail. Jennifer is a graduate of Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in Film/Video. She is on the Board of the Set Decorators Society of America, and a member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Coming from an experimental art film background, Jennifer started her journey immersed in the indie film world. From 1991 through 2001 she made a number of short films, which screened internationally, throughout Europe and the US. In 2000 Jennifer was invited to CityZooms, as a guest Filmmaker to participate in a week long workshop as part of an international film event in Hannover Germany. In 2003 she was asked back as Curator and Presenter of the LA Film Program, this time held in Bremen, Germany. In 2013 her short, “My Pretty Little Girlfriend” (1997), was selected for the Outfest UCLA Legacy Program preservation project.