Jennifer’s journalistic portfolio includes “60 Minutes,” “Hardball with Chris Matthews,” “Chronicle,” NBC News and WBUR’s “Radio Boston.” She has produced videos for non-profits like Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, MGH Cancer Center, The Epiphany School and Planned Parenthood, among others.
In 1994, Jennifer won an Emmy Award for a profile of White House photographer, Susan Biddle. In 1995, she was awarded an Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Journalism and a Radio and Television News Directors Association award for an investigative story about misconduct at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms that lead to a Senate investigation. In 2000, Jennifer moved to Boston to start a family and produced stories for Chronicle on WCVB, freelanced for NBC News and produced videos for non-profits like Massachusetts General Hospital for Children, MGH Cancer Center, The Epiphany School, the Vincent Club and others. In 2009 and 2010 she worked as a Producer/Reporter for Morning Edition and helped launch Radio Boston on WBUR.
Jennifer formed Digital-11 in January, 2012. Whether working in TV News, Video or Digital Content Production, Jennifer’s strength is story telling and she has the experience and skills to transform stories and ideas into a coherent, educational and entertaining package. Jennifer offers an up-to-date knowledge of production and how to best tell your story using the cutting edge technology available, a real news sense and the ability to combine all of these with speed, accuracy and confidence.
Equally as important in the age of the Internet, Jennifer understands the emerging power of social media and believes her experience and skills in television news are uniquely compatible with her video production skills to enhance any company’s visibility and relevance through their digital content.
Having worked in Washington, DC, New York and Boston, Jennifer has extensive contacts at various news organizations throughout the country and is able to help place a story/show in traditional media channels as well. Jennifer has worked with talent from Chris Matthews, Mike Wallace, Steve Kroft, Sam Donaldson, Mary Richardson, Mike Barnicle, Robin Young (TV), Bob Oakes and Chris Cooper (MGHfC narrator) and is able to bring the best out in those from all walks of life in front of the camera. She is a skilled media trainer and can assist clients in handling the media effectively and delivering their message clearly.
Jennifer is especially interested in working with clients and campaigns that are focused on female advancement and highlighting modern female issues.