Quenell Jones has an Under Graduate degree from the School of Visual Arts in narrative cinematography and a Masters degree in documentary cinematography from the University of Salford in Manchester, England. 

Quenell has photographed over twenty feature films including the underground classic "Public Discourse" a film about the birth of Street Art that have screened internationally and now part of University libraries, the internationally acclaimed film featured on ESPN, "Joe Frazier: When the Smoke Clears" an autobiographical documentary journey about the late boxing champion Joe Frazier. As well as, "My Brooklyn" a feature documentary examining the social impact of gentrification that was featured on PBS and "Hustler's Convention" a film that explores the origins of rap featuring the grandfather of rap Jalal Mansur Nuriddin, founding member of the Last Poets that was recently featured on Starz Network.

Quenell Jones is also a member of the International Cinematographers Guild, Local 600. Quenell worked as camera operator on such shows as Netflix/Marvel Season 1 of “Daredevil,” as well as, feature films like “Custody” featuring the Emmy award winner Viola Davis and also “Breaking Brooklyn” featuring the Academy award winner Louis Gossett Jr. as well as, the recent film "Get Out" working with director Jordan Peele.