Jennifer Camp received her MFA in Dramatic Writing from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. Her plays include Natural History (Walnut Street Theatre, Shadowland Theatre, Todd Mountain Theatre Project, University of South Dakota); The Lake Effect (commissioned by Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, also a finalist for the Christopher Brian Wolk Award at the Abingdon Theatre); Key West (The Lark, Miranda Theatre); Pilgrims’ Way (Manhattan Theatre Source/NYU). Among her awards, she won the Samuel French Short Play Competition in 2004 for her play The Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda and it was published in their Off-Off Broadway Festival Plays – Twenty-Ninth Series. She has been a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neill Playwrights Conference and her screenplay "Mary Read" was a semi-finalist for the Chesterfield Film Fellowship (sponsored by Paramount Pictures). She was co-creator and writer for "The Real Friends", a spoof of "The Real World" and "Friends", which ran at various downtown clubs in NYC in the late 90s.