Jenny McQuaile is a journalist and award-winning documentary filmmaker. Her latest feature film Straight/Curve: Redefining Body Image premiered on EPIX in June 2017 and is now moving into educational and international distribution with ro*co films. Straight/Curve: Redefining Body Image is a documentary about our body image crisis and the industry leaders challenging society’s dangerous and unrealistic standards of beauty.

Jenny has become a pioneer of the body positive message and hopes to continue to use film and TV as a tool to empower women and fight for representation for all. She has appeared on Good Morning America and The Today Show in the US discussing body image, as well as being interviewed in Vogue Magazine, Well + Good, Huffington Post, People Magazine, Glamour Magazine and Women and Hollywood, amongst many others.

She has appeared on panel discussions about body image and the fight for more diversity in fashion and the media with Refinery 29, designer Prabal Gurung, Orange is the New Black actress Adrienne C Moore, the first plus size supermodel Emme and body image activist Iskra Lawrence.

Jenny was an Associate Producer on The World Cup Project, a TV documentary series about 11 countries around the world that use soccer for social change. She directed and edited three episodes of the series including Laces, set in Liberia, which won Best Documentary Short at the NYLA International Film Festival in 2015 and was an Official Selection at The Lighthouse International Film Festival. She co-directed the feature-length documentary Power of Play, also set in Liberia.