Jenny Guo is an award-winning creative producer, XR arts patron, and tech entrepreneur. She was named on Forbes 30 under 30 in 2018 and AACYF 30 under 30 in 2020. She is also recognized as the top 10 Asian Americans Entrepreneurs in 2021.
Backed by HTC, Binance Labs, and other significant funds, her company Highstreet is building a commerce-centered MMORPG using VR and Blockchain.
The VR projects she had worked on have also won multiple awards in both Asia and the U.S. She has produced and distributed multiple VR art installations, including renowned artist Rachel Maclean’s I’m Terribly Sorry with KWM Art Center, Wang Xin’s Maybe it’s Time to Refresh the Art World a Little Bit at K11 art mall in Hong Kong, and Tian Zhuo Chen’s Trance. Her producing work Living Distance with artist Xin Liu was selected into multiple renowned film festivals, including Sundance, SXSW, Beijing Film Festival, and it’s the first Chinese immersive project that Sundance New Frontier Lab has taken on. Her latest VR artwork Devil’s Ivy, with artist Liu Wa was shown at Busan Biennale and Sandbox Immersive Festival. This film has won the young creative award from International Emmys. MS. Guo is passionate about conservation and Climate change projects; she has a new VR film on Glacier conservation coming out this year.
Ms. Guo had extensive experience in auction houses and art dealing between China and the U.S. Ms. Guo is also a Sundance fellow and researcher at Harvard Visualization Lab.
Ms. Guo has spoken at multiple conferences, including Harvard Graduate School of Design, SXSW, Wharton School of Business, J.P Morgan, TEDxBohaibay, and Christie’s.