Jen Fodor is a Michigan native who has been living and working in Los Angeles for over a decade. She’s worked with directors such as Spike Jonze, on music videos for the Foo Fighters, and as shooter/producer on MTV’s MADE. Recently she was the Production Supervisor on the TV special Back That Year Up with Kevin Hart & Kenan Thompson and Celebrity Prank Wars on E!. Fodor’s award-winning PBS music documentary The Dancing Man of L.A. was released in 2021. She co-directed and produced the film chronicling the lifelong concert passion of 69 year old Howard Mordoh. The Los Angeles Times wrote an article on the process of filming the documentary and Mordoh’s impact on the L.A. live music scene. As an artist manager, she’s worked closely with musicians and bands. From her music industry contacts, she created and hosts her podcast I Love Music. She interviews people in the music industry - music supervisors, agents, artists - to hear each person’s unique journey. She’s a songwriter, avid concert enthusiast, and active member of the Recording Academy.