Jennifer Bernstein is a Master Lecturer. After receiving her MFA in 1994 from the Graphic Design Program at the Yale University School of Art, she worked for the New York design firms Wechsler & Partners and Balsmeyer & Everett Inc. While Senior Designer at Balsmeyer & Everett, she originated the concepts and design for title sequences for such feature films as "Fargo," "Girl 6," "The First Wives Club" and "Waiting To Exhale."
In 1998 she established her own New York-based firm, Level Design, to focus on design for print and film. Clients include: NYFA/The New York Foundation for the Arts, P.O.V. (film series on PBS), The Nature Conservancy, Lever Brothers and GreeneStreet Films.
Her film work has been featured at the Sundance Film Festival, the "New Directors, New Films" festival at MOMA, the New York International Documentary Film Festival and on PBS.
Her work has been published in The New York Times, "Type in Motion" (Rizzoli Books), I. D. Magazine, and in Zed, the Virginia Commonwealth University design journal.
Jennifer Bernstein began her association with the University of the Arts in 2000 as a Senior Lecturer.
Class Schedule, Spring 2017
|M,TH||10:00AM - 12:50PM||Acting Studio II|
|M,TH||02:30PM - 05:20PM||Acting Studio II|