After graduating with a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design, Jennifer became a successful fashion designer, selling her clothing across the country. Several years later, she no longer felt committed to clothing design, so she moved on to study photography and showed her work at many exhibitions.
In 2005 she discovered Visual Journaling, which combines imagery and text in the form of a book. She took this opportunity to explore her internal world. That practice led to produce many journals. Her new work takes inspiration from those journals and brings the ideas onto paper, fabric and embroidery.
Her studio is in New York City, where she lives with her husband.
Below are links to earlier work as a photographer and fashion designer.
Jennifer’s work as a prominent Los Angeles fashion designer in the early 1990s was covered in fashion and lifestyle magazines.