Jenna Josepher’s work plays with new styles, some of which have been cited as inspired by the 90s, geometry, primary colors, gender, and the human figure. Her designs and images are notably vivid, colorful, humorous, and symbolic.
She often likes to work collaboratively with other creatives who specialize in media such as lighting, typography, illustration, and animation.
Born in Manhattan in 1988, Jenna Josepher is a designer and art director. As a student at La Guardia High School of Music & Art and the Performing Arts for Technical Theater she studied costume design and set painting. She went on to attend
Purchase College at SUNY as a Set Design major. There, she delved deeper into scenic painting techniques, color theory, and architectural drafting. She eventually switched to the Graphic Design conservatory. After graduating,
Josepher began working with 513 Design production design studio as the graphics specialist, working in television and film. She currently works for The New York Times.
Her interests include puns, color theory, crossword puzzles, geometry, refraction, minimizing her carbon footprint, happy accidents, carnivorous plants, and the Oxford comma.