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Jennifer Welker


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Jennifer Welker is an American filmmaker and writer, best known for the project documentary Beyond the Ribbon, which she wrote, directed and edited.

She attended New York City's Fashion Institute of Technology gaining a degree in Apparel Design. Her first design position was with apparel company IC3D assisting in the creation of "Custom Clothing". She was later to co-found "D-Jeans Inc", a custom jeans company.

In 2005 Welker was awarded a part in the “Wall of Tolerance” from the civil rights organization, Southern Poverty Law Center. Since then she has expanded into film making and documentaries.

In 2007 she started pre-production and development on the feature film Beyond the Ribbon which is a documentary focusing on aspects of war and what the cost may be to soldiers and refugees. She has also created a film short "Are we in the Dark" which was officially selected by the North Texas Film Festival. She has directed, written and edited for various shorts which include “Are we in the Dark”, "America Wake Up" and "Freedom to Serve".

Awards

  • North Texas Film Festival - Officially Selected[1]
  • 2005 Wall of Tolerance[2]

References

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