Jennifer Lilly began her career in the cutting rooms of some of New York’s most esteemed filmmakers, working on Woody Allen's SWEET AND LOWDOWN, SMALL TIME CROOKS, THE CURSE OF THE JADE SCORPION; Martin Scorsese's GANGS OF NEW YORK; and Sidney Lumet's STRIP SEARCH, FIND ME GUILTY, and BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU’RE DEAD.

Lilly's credits as an Editor include THE ONE I LOVE, directed by Charlie McDowell, and starring Elisabeth Moss, Mark Duplass, and Ted Danson, which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, where it was acquired by RADiUS-TWC. Additional credits include ELECTRICK CHILDREN, selected as the opening night film for the Generations program of the 2012 Berlinale, and nominated for an 2013 Independent Spirit Award; HELENA FROM THE WEDDING, screened in the Narrative Competition at the 2010 SXSW Film Festival; SORRY, THANKS, a 2008 IFP Narrative Lab project, Adrienne Shelly Director's Grant recipient, and 2009 SXSW world premiere; and WERE THE WORLD MINE, which was showcased at over 150 international festivals and earned Lilly the James Lyons Award for Best Editing at the Woodstock Film Festival.

Recently, Jennifer completed GOODBYE TO ALL THAT, the directorial debut of writer Angus MacLachlan (JUNEBUG), starring Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey, and Heather Graham.

In addition to feature films, Lilly edits dance for camera, episodic television, and short films, including Academy Award winner THE SHORE, directed by Terry George. She also directs and edits advocacy films for aid organizations, developing projects in Romania, Uganda, Zambia, and Kenya. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia University School of the Arts, an Editor for the Sundance Institute's Directors Lab, and a resident of Brooklyn, NY.