Jeff Jenkins is a filmmaker, robot and storyteller living in Los Angeles. He was assembled in an abandoned automotive plant outside of Detroit, Michigan. Since he is mostly computer anyway, it was a natural for Jeff to start his human career as a video editor where he cut spots for Microsoft, Air Jordan and even a Superbowl commercial for Bud Light. Then he tried his robo-hand at directing which filled his sensory protocols with delight. He has since shot work for clients like Amazon, Big Lots and Ace Hardware. And he was the first robot to be included in Shoot Magazine’s New Directors showcase. People have said things like, “Jeff balances being highly technical and emotionally expressive in a way that creates work that’s silly, sincere, weird and whimsical… which is pretty good considering that he’s made of carbon fiber and aluminum alloy”