Jennifer grew up in Southern CA and moved north to attend UC Berkeley. After receiving her Art History degree, she discovered the magic of Washington and decided to stay put. She’s spent the past 15 years writing and making art, working in various mediums including: mixed media, installation and photography. In 2005, she became a WSU Master Gardener.
Jennifer’s work is included in public and private collections with over 30 exhibits in galleries and museums. In the commercial and editorial markets, her images appear in magazines, maps and brochures. She won a TAIP grant to create a book of poems, photos and facts called, WA IS WATER, due Fall 2016.
Her stories appear in anthologies, magazines, a letterpress print and in the pop-up books, SNOWFLAKES and EASTER NUMBERS.
Nature is a constant source of inspiration. I enjoy pursuing small details and ephemeral beauty. Whether creating literary and visual art, my goal is to share and celebrate this wondrous world.
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