Jenny Gage Biography, Age, Husband, After, Book, Email, Net Worth

Jenny Gage Biography

Jenny Gage is an American director, known for directing All This Panic which  was produced 2016, After  which was produced this year 2019 and Lenny (2018).

Jenny Gage Age

Jenny Gage’s place of birth and the date in which she was born on has not been disclosed all we know is the year in which she was born on. She was in the years 1969, so is  50 years old as of 2019.

Jenny Gage Husband

Jenny Gage prefer living a low key personal life not much has been said about her love life. All we know is that she is married to Thomas Betterton the year in which they got married has not been disclosed.The couple Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton have evolved a narrative style of portraiture that approaches and re-approaches their subjects from all angles-a style that has served them well in the field of fashion photography, where they have made great portrait-sequences of Kate Winslet, Salma Hayek and Uma Thurman among others, for major fashion magazines such as Vogue and Elle.

Jenny Gage and Betterton also collaborate on art projects which they have exhibited widely

Jenny Gage After

With the film After, Gage makes her first narrative feature.After is about the romance between Tessa, a dedicated student, and the mysterious Hardin. As the film progresses we learn more about Hardin’s past and how Tessa starts to figure out what she needs in life.

After is a 2019 American romantic drama film directed by Jenny Gage with a screenplay by Gage, Susan McMartin and Tamara Chestna based on the 2014 new adult fiction novel of the same name written by Anna Todd. The film stars newcomer Josephine Langford as Tessa Young, a college student who begins a turbulent relationship with “bad boy” Hardin Scott, played by Hero Fiennes-Tiffin.

The film was released in the United States on April 12, 2019, by Aviron Pictures. It received generally unfavorable reviews from critics, who criticized the depiction of romance and the slow plot, although it grossed $69.5 million worldwide on a $14 million budget. A sequel is currently in development.

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Jenny Gage All This Panic

Regardless of how far removed you might be from your teenage years, also known as the agony-filled era of pain when the world is both your oyster and your enemy, you probably remember at least one thing about it: time never seemed to pass fast enough back then. Days felt longer. A school year just seemed to not end, and summer never arrived quickly enough.

Jenny Gage’s deep, shrewd and beautifully realized documentary “All This Panic” is anchored in this very nature of time in the way teenagers generally relate to it. Its every dreamy scene, filled with worthiness and merit, is plugged in to an in-the-moment feeling that accompanies a group of young Brooklyn-women the film follows over a three year-period. No wonder the lean, 79-minute running time of “All This Panic” is not a liability: Gage makes each minute boldly and deeply matter.

“All This Panic” was conceived when debuting director Jenny Gage and her husband Tom Betterton, the cinematographer of the film, met Ginger and Dusty, two teenage sisters living in the same Clinton Hill neighborhood. After getting to know the two sisters and observing their evolving teenage lives, the couple slowly found themselves inside the circle of their friends, among which is Lena, Ginger’s best friend, one of the strongest and most present voices within the group and in the documentary. An aspiring philosopher with family troubles, she recalls the time she casually found out one day that her parents were getting a divorce, during a family viewing of “Avatar: The Last Airbender.” It left a mark on her.

Throughout “All This Panic,” Jenny Gage and Betterton’s professional background in photography luxuriously shows. In one of the film’s earlier scenes, we watch Dusty and Lena converse and quarrel on a picturesque beach; an incident shot with artistic framing that evokes a sense of melancholy. The duo consistently treats less visually appealing environs with the same discipline, making brick walls, cramped interiors and rundown rooftops seem intentional and beautiful creative choices rather than obligatory backdrops. In the end, what they achieve is both meaningful and strikingly beautiful, full of that boundless hopeful mystery one feels at maximum during teenage years.

Jenny Gage Email Address

Below is an Email Address of Jenny Gage

info@gagebetterton.com

Jenny Gage Book

Upstairs, Downstairs & Outside

Drawn to the mid-zone between documentary and fiction, the photographer-couple Jenny Gage and Tom Betterton have evolved a narrative style of portraiture that approaches and re-approaches their subjects from all angles-a style that has served them well in the field of fashion photography, where they have made great portrait-sequences of Kate Winslet, Salma Hayek and Uma Thurman among others, for major fashion magazines such as Vogue and Elle.

Jenny Gage and Betterton also collaborate on art projects which they have exhibited widely. In Upstairs, Downstairs & Outside, the couple offers a intimate exploration of three women in various states of nudity, from photographs taken in and around the couple’s Brooklyn home over the course of a year. In this beautifully designed volume, Cage and Betterton have forged an informal celebration of the nude form.

Jenny Gage Net Worth

The famous American director, known for directing All This Panic, After and Lenny (2018) has earned herself a decent amount of money which she got from directing all those movies.  It is said that Jenny Gage has an estimated net worth of $400,000 as of 2019.