Jennifer is an independent
designer-maker specialising in sculptural porcelain.
Inspired by the natural world, Jennifer produces a range of tactile organic
forms, exploring fragility, imperfections and subtle surface decoration. Themes are embodied through
explorations of curves, folds, undulations, creases and crevices. Thinness of form portrays delicate curves and explores the influence of light and shade as shadows are cast from paper thin porcelain forms.
Often exploring multiples of hand built forms for bigger wall pieces and installations, Jennifer creates interior landscapes from multiples of the same form; each hand crafted to create a unique form each time within the theme of repetition.
Graduating with a First Class Honours in 3D Design in 2002, from Staffordshire University, Stoke On Trent, Jennifer lived in London, managing design studios and worked with a variety of clients, before expanding her design expertise training as an Art Lecturer, and establishing her own studio. Jennifer has now relocated to Melbourne, Australia and has established a studio within the creative hub of North Melbourne.