Jenna Park is an art director and designer with more than 16 years of experience in interaction and graphic design. She has worked with numerous tech startups, design agencies and non-profit organizations on projects ranging from large scale museum and university websites to corporate identity systems, and marketing materials for consumer product brands. During her career she has held key roles in the design and creative development of websites such as the Smithsonian Photography Initiative—a virtual portal into photography at the Smithsonian which aggregated assets from more than 17 museums and galleries and allowed public access to Smithsonian photographs for the first time—and multiple online exhibition projects for the Venezuela-based Fundación Cisneros, including a trilingual, content-rich online museum for modern and contemporary art from Latin America. Other notable website projects include the Storm King Art Center, Harvard Graduate School of Design, ourcourts.org – a Sandra Day O’Conner lead initiative to promote civics education in middle schools, UPenn Medicine, and the NYU School of Medicine. Her work has won several awards including The Webby Awards, SXSW Interactive, and Museums and the Web.
Over the past few years, she has been focused on helping global research NGOs with the design of flagship reports, infographics and marketing materials. Her clients include the World Resources Institute, The New Climate Economy, Open Government Partnerships, and The Business & Sustainable Development Commission.
In 2008, Jenna co-founded a Brooklyn-based bakery with her pastry chef husband. As creative director of Whimsy & Spice, she designs all of the company's branding and packaging, styles and shoots photographic assets, and directs all social media marketing. Her company has been covered by The New York Times, The Martha Stewart Show, The Wall Street Journal, Food & Wine, Real Simple, New York Magazine, and saveur.com.