Jennifer Wood

New York, NY 10011 USA
Website: http://

Professional Experience

From snarky to scholarly, I can write in just about any voice. And have proven that over the past dozen years, with more than 300 published articles to my credit. Though my true passion lies in entertainment reporting (film is a particular interest), I use freelancing as an opportunity for education--teaching readers what I've learned.


Book Author
2 Years
12 Years
12 Years


Arts & Humanities
10 Years
10 Years
3 Years


Book Publishing Consumer
2 Years
Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
10 Years
Magazine - Local/Regional magazines
4 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

12 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

MovieMaker Magazine (10+), Script Magazine (3-5), Time Out New York (6-10)

Other Work History

Currently hold the position of Editor at MovieMaker Magazine and (a position held for 10 years). Was a Senior Editor for Adams Media Corporation for two years previous to that, where I co-authored the Mr. Cheap's series and worked on several JobBank and Everything titles.

Technical Skills

CMS experience with Expression Engine

Computer Skills

Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.); InDesign; Quark; Filemaker; some HTML


Computer (desktop & laptop Macs); printer; fax; Kodak digital camera; digital audio recorder



A look at the world of midnight movies--and some of cult moviedom's most popular titles.
A breakdown of where to find food, fun and beer on St. Patrick's Day.
Preview of an upcoming show that is part of an ongoing reading series in New York City, including mini-interviews with each of the night's participants.
A rundown of eight places to watch the Academy Awards in NYC.
Several years after its publication, this list of the 25 most influential film directors--as dictated by a blue-chip panel of moviemakers--is still one of MovieMaker Magazine's most visited pages.
A cover story interview with Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Hollywood's favorite comedic sidekick, Steve Zahn, takes a few minutes center stage to talk about what makes him tick.