Jenna Rossi-Camus is a fashion curator and producer, whose diverse background in design and performance informs her multi-faceted approach to exhibition-making. She works with museums, educational organisations and brands to develop and deliver fashion exhibitions, often designing them as well.
Her curatorial works include 'Fashion & Freedom' (Manchester Art Gallery), Women, Fashion, Power (Design Museum) and 'Digital Encounters' (Herbert Reade Gallery). She is currently undertaking a PhD with the Centre for Fashion Curation at the London College of Fashion, exploring the relationship between fashion and satire.
She earned an MA in Fashion Curation in 2010, and subsequently worked for curator Judith Clark and set designer Simon Costin, contributing to projects including 'Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland', The Simone Handbag Museum, La Galerie Louis Vuitton, The Museum of British Folklore and prop styling for an array of events and editorial and advertising photo shoots.