Top row:  Mrs. Philpott in "A Kind of Murder";  Auditioner in "Zack and Miri Make a Porno";  Lashae's Handler in "And the Winner Is";  Sam's Mom in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower".

Second row:  Series regular Mom in "Real Mommy Confessions".

Third row:  Diana in "All the World's a Pickle",  Roxie Hart in "Chicago",  Louise Seger in "Always, Patsy Cline";  Bad-Ass Betty in "The Great American Trailer Park Musical".

Fourth row:  French Ticket Agent in "Aidan5";  TV commercials for Square Two Golf Glubs and Ohio Lottery;  Doris in "Diver City".

Fifth row:  Photo credit; Natasha Straley;  Winner Best Web Series at Austin Revolution Film Festival for "Real Mommy Confessions",  Director of "RMC";  Producer on location for "Flush the John".


Acting, Directing and Producing over the years:

After thousands of hours and much blood, sweat and tears. We can now say that our inaugural TEDxMansfield was a hit! One of the best comments I received was, "I felt emotions I did not expect to feel. I heard things I did not expect to hear." What can I say? We pulled off a stunning, beautiful, imaginative, thought-provoking, educational, inspirational and entertaining event! We're already talking about next year. I've posted a few pictures below. Now, it's time to shift gears. We are in post-production on Yes, Mother and want to get that done as soon as possible. It's also back to our pre-pro on "The Bride Price", our documentary about forced marriage in Malawi, Africa. We received the welcome news that, in spite of being swamped with TED work, more donations have trickled in to cover our costs of making the film. Very gratifying!

SAG / AFtra / AEA / Editor / Producer / Director
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Jennifer Enskat

A few photos from our fundraisers for The Bride Price. Many thanks to idea+worksMartini's on Main, Relax, It's Just Coffee, Blackbird Bakery, Movement DJ ServicesRichland AcademyCleveland Financial Services, Kohl's Department Store and Graham Auto Mall for your support and sponsorship.