Jennifer is a photographer, designer, writer and professor who's work crosses many interdisciplinary artistic boundaries. Her work explores, as said best by Sartre, ideas of modern time as an 'an infinite dust of instants,' where everything comes into existence for a brief moment only to disappear irretrievably into the past.
While her most notable professional work has been as Art Director for The New York Times and Visiting Assistant Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she is currently practicing interior and graphic design on an independent basis. Artistically, she continues to work on her ongoing photographic series weight of water and east west, her accessories design collection bedujen, as well as writing rocks: a love story–a collection of interconnected short stories from her journey in South America.
Having spent nearly 12 years living in New York and traveling to cites worldwide, she now currently splits her time between Chicago and her hometown of Milwaukee, where she lives on the shores of Lake Michigan.