Jennifer's practice is informed by the natural environment that surrounds her wherever she is: The Brisbane River ecology and Moreton Bay near her home have been a source of inspiration for over twenty years. The Upper Hunter River region where she spent her formative years has also informed her creative process.
The work investigates place and cyclical time through layering of imagery and mark making. She seeks to evoke her experience of being in and connected to the natural world while mindful of its unique, ancient and fragile ecosystems.
Some artworks are made using watercolour, ink and paint while others combine found materials such as sediment, charcoal, and resin to create unique site-specific pieces through painting, printmaking, drawing, artist's books and nature art installations.
Born in Muswellbrook NSW, Jennifer's artwork is exhibited locally and internationally and is held in significant public and private collections.
Eight Brisbane River paintings were purchased by the Brisbane City Collection and exhibited in The River: A History of Brisbane at the Museum of Brisbane during 2013-16.
The State Library of Queensland acquired several works for their Artists' Book Collection, 2017 to 2020.
Redlands Art Gallery Cleveland Queensland and the Sunshine Coast Art Collection acquired work in 2021.