As a member of WDM’s zoological design studio, Jenna researches natural habitats and ecosystems and incorporates them into scientifically accurate illustrations. She then uses Revit to translate her ideas into tangible architectural plans that harmoniously blend the needs of guests, staff and animals.
Jenna defines great design as informative, eye-catching, engaging and interactive. With a fresh perspective and a formidable artistic skillset, Jenna is also known for her kind and approachable nature, as she effortlessly fosters a collaborative work environment.
“I am passionate about conservation and sustainability.”
- Bachelor of Arts in Interior Architecture + Design, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
- Bachelor of Arts in Illustration, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
- Minor in Natural Sciences, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Enjoys painting, illustrating, writing, woodworking and playing piano/ukelele
Was a girl scout from kindergarten all the way to senior year in high school
Has a small army of houseplants
Her career path was always to be an artist; however, architecture took her by surprise. She took a Revit course in high school and was hooked. But she always knew she would end up somewhere in the zoological world.