Jenna Cruff

Jenna Cruff

Brooklyn, NY, US



I am a recent graduate from Pratt's Interior Design Master of Science program, and I am excited to apply my education and begin work at a firm where I can learn and grow in the design world. I have a broad background, which includes fine art and law, as well as a range of design interests, and my design work reflects my wide reaching interests, drawing inspiration from literature, history, art and science. 

Please contact me at for a more detailed resume which includes exhibits and other specialties.


Gibney, Anthony & Flaherty, LLP, New York, Paralegal

-Part time since 2009 while getting my Masters degree in Interior Design
-Worked closely with a team of immigration attorneys on cases, gaining rigorous experience in project management, client services, research and analysis, strategy development and professional communications
-Having spent five years navigating a work space that often does not cater to basic work requirements and employee needs, I developed an in-depth understanding of how design innovations can be used to improve quality of life for employees, increasing efficiency and promoting a healthy and functional work environment

Jun 2007 - current


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, Masters, Interior Design

-Graduated from the top-ranking interior design program with a 3.9 GPA and the Excellence in Academic Achievement Award, which is presented to the three highest ranking students in a graduating class
Creative expertise in concept development, schematic design, hand drafting and rendering, universal and sustainable design techniques, furniture and lighting design, material and furniture selection, design layouts and presentations
-Mastered technical skills, including space planning, model building, construction and detail document creation, FF&E spec. sheets, furniture construction, and computer drafting and rendering (Autocad, 3d Max, Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, Sketchup)
-Selected design projects include: an innovative bicycle shop that teaches customers about bike mechanics while they design their own perfect bicycle; a flagship store for Yohji Yamamoto which, inspired by his iconic fashions, presents clothes as fine art and provides an art installation space at the heart of the store; and a communications design office that uses subtle color coding as a wayfinding method, inspired by colorfield painting, and provides employees with transformable work spaces; among other residential and institutional design investigations.

Sep 2009 - Aug 2012

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, Bachelors, Fine Arts - Painting

-Concentration in figure painting (oil, acrylic, gouache), with in-depth experience in printmaking (intaglio, lithography, woodcuts), sculpture, figure drawing, and jewelry making. Strong liberal arts background including coursework in
-Awards include: Presidents List (seven semesters), Academic Merit Scholarship (eight semesters), Pratt Circle Award

Sep 2003 - May 2007


Excellence in Academic Acheivement, 1st Place

Awarded to top three graduating students in each department at Pratt Institute. Received for Master of Science in Interior Design.


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