Jennifer Gandin Le is a writer, photographer, and small business owner living in Austin, TX. When she was just 24, director Francis Ford Coppola commissioned her film adaptation of the best-selling novel The Girls' Guide to Hunting and Fishing by Melissa Bank. Her non-fiction writing has been published in Wired Magazine, Time Out New York, BUST Magazine, and The Village Voice. Her short film, "Small Changes," won the Grand Jury Prize in the 2009 Intelligent Use of Water film competition, and was screened at The Getty Center in Los Angeles. Jennifer is also co-founder of Emotion Technology, a minority-owned social enterprise that prevents suicide and promotes mental health online. You can read more at jennifergandin.com.