As a child, Jennifer always loved to draw faeries and fantasy creatures. As she grew, she learned to draw from life, but still loved to draw the images that existed in her head. This is where inspiration lived, and she learned, at a young age, that there were no constraints on what existed in one's imagination. It was later in life that she found the challenge of this youthful spark being squelched, and her artwork reflected this uprising. After years of painting and drawing other people's visions, she decided to return to what she loved to do best. The beauty and mystery of what lives behind the mask of reality is what she hopes to express in her art, and she hopes to continue to evoke this feeling in those that view her work. Jennifer lives in New England with her husband Richard, and her daughter, Samantha.