Jenny has been working as a graphic designer in NY for the past 17 years. Born & raised in New York City, Jenny moved to Chicago in 2000 to attend Northwestern University, where she earned her BA in Art Theory & Practice with a minor in Business. After trying her hand in the gallery world, Jenny quickly realized that her true calling was graphic design and went on to work as a Designer at HarperCollins Children’s Books for the next 5 years. In 2011, Jenny went back to grad school to attend the SVA MFA Design program in New York. There, she got the chance to study under her graphic design idols and spend two years eating, sleeping & breathing design (just ask her husband!). 
Jenny currently runs her own small design studio – Jennifer Rozbruch Design – in New York, and enjoys working on a wide range of client projects, including logos & branding, life cycle event designs, illustrated paper goods & more. And as an entrepreneurial designer, when Jenny gets a wild idea for a product or design that doesn't exist, she just goes ahead and makes it (see her hand-illustrated Jewish food alphabet, NOSH). 
You can purchase Jenny's paper goods & gifts on her Bebe & Fritzi Etsy Shop (named for her two grandmothers), as well as at The Jewish Museum Shop in NYC.
Jenny is also the creator of GreyMatters, an interactive life storybook app that improves quality of life for people with dementia & their caregivers. Inspired by her grandmother, Frieda, this project began as her master's thesis at SVA. 
Jenny currently lives in Westchester, NY with her husband and two young children. Both of her kids are already big fans of Milton Glaser, whose iconic Dylan poster and I Love NY More Than Ever poster reside prominently in their playroom.
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