Living in small town New England, Jennifer earned a BA in Film Production in 2001. With more than 10 years experience filming wedding and events, Jennifer has honed both her shooting and editing skills. Through her experience she has developed a strong, creative eye. Her clients now range from corporate, to commercial and non-profit organizations.
The Production House's Overall Rating
"Quality is not what I expected."
Sharon Platt 2016-09-29
"1.PERSPECTIVE MISSED-- Single-dish menu items should be shot from a more natural perspective. Ideally, the angle should not exceed 60 degrees. Your camera angle is inconsistent. Quesadillas, Nachos and Turkey Club are shot from too high of an angle. 2. HERO SHOT MISSED-- make sure that the dishes are placed closer together and take up more of the frame. It should look like a server laid out the table naturally. Feel free to include props such as utensils, napkins, drinks etc to communicate size and proportion. Implementing more propping in the frame will allow the image to look less static and give diners more perspective. Also, please try not to shoot food on the floor."
Grubhub Manager 2019-10-17
"1. CROP MISSED-- Single dish images are shot too far away. Grubhub is looking for images of food with an approximate 50/50 ratio. 2. HERO SHOT MISSED-- Dishes should look like a server just placed them on the table, naturally. Everything is too separated and a tiny side dish is the focal point. Use side dishes and utensils to close gaps, but make sure they don’t overtake the table, or are the main focus. 3. Next time, try to include props such as utensils, napkins, drinks, side dishes, etc to communicate size and proportion. Implementing more propping in the frame will allow images to look less static and give diners more perspective"
Grubhub Manager 2019-10-15