Jennifer Tiexiera is a Los Angeles-based film editor. She began her career working for a small, independent commercial production company in 2002. In 2006, she completed her first feature length documentary, I Trust You to Kill Me, starring Rocco DeLuca and Kiefer Sutherland. She then went on to edit the Glamour Reel Doc Series with director, Lisa Leone with whom she also edited Woinshet, a short film co-directed by Marisa Tomei and based on the book Half the Sky by New York Times journalist, Nicholas Kristof.
She has edited multiple docu-series including VH1's "Behind the Music," History Channel's "Cities of the Underworld," SciFi's "Destination Truth," and NatGeo's "Eye Witness War."
In 2010, she completed feature length documentary, Dragonslayer, directed by Tristan Patterson. Dragonslayer premiered at the 2011 SXSW film festival and was awarded it's Grand Jury Prize. In 2011, she completed the Emmy nominated documentary, The Marinovich Project for ESPN Films. In 2012, she worked with Oprah Winfrey on her documentary, "Oprah Builds a Network" and later that year completed her first narrative feature "Road to Paloma," directed by Jason Momoa.
Her work also includes music videos and long form concert series for artists such as Dashboard Confessionals, Hawthorne Heights, Lyle Lovett, and The Pussycat Dolls. Her commercial work has continued as well, completing projects for ESPN, Art Institute, Kia Motors, and Universal Studios.