Production Designer

Jennifer Morden is a Production Designer based in Toronto, Canada. She is represented by Worldwide Production Agency (WPA) internationally and by Mantl for commercial representation in Canada. She began her career as a Designer after completing a degree in Design for Arts & Entertainment at Ryerson University. Prior to this, she was working as a Photographer and often found herself pre-occupied by imagining and constructing the spaces she was having her models live in. Since 2012 she has been Set Decorating, Drafting and Art Directing on various projects before she transitioned into her role as a Production Designer both on Independent and Union productions.

In 2018, Jennifer completed her most complicated and design heavy feature film titled The Education of Fredrick Fitzell, directed by Chris MacBride, in addition to her first docu-drama titled, House of Invention. In 2017, she designed Jovanka Vuckovic’s post-apocalyptic thriller, Riot Girls, which is in post-production, and Chris Eigeman’s Blumhouse produced horror film, Seven in Heaven, which is now on Netflix. In 2016, she designed Daniel DiMarco’s feature film in interior British Colombia called Juggernaut which premiered at the Whistler Mountain Film Fest. Prior to this, Jennifer’s first feature film, Silent Retreat won ‘Best Canadian Feature’ at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival and her work on PYOTR 495 earned an official selection at the Fantasia Film Festival and Rhode Island International Film Festival.

Between her time in features, Jennifer designs commercials and runs an experiential design company, called Local Colour designing installations with her business partner, Jill Cohen. A list of her clients include: Ford, Kelloggs, Tide, Maple Leaf, Rogers, BMO, Koodo and Tim Horton’s to name a few.


DGC Production Designer

IATSE 873 Toronto

IATSE 891 British Colombia


"To be 'an architect of dreams' is to be a purveyor of wonderment. The production designer must have the heart of a child - one that is insatiably curious and excited by new discoveries..."