Jennifer lives and works from her studio in Dorking having moved out from London. Along with her intricate, architecturally influenced London linocuts she has produced several based on local surrounding landscape.
The majority of Jennifer’s prints are created using Reduction lino printing: This is a method whereby a multi colour print is pulled from a single block. The lino is inked with the lightest colour and the first printing is made. The areas to remain that colour are then cut away. This is the process for each layer, meaning the process cannot be rewound or repeated. As a result her editions are kept very small. In 2012 she was elected a member of Greenwich printmakers association and In May 2016, she became an associate member of the Society of graphic and fine art.