Currently based in London, Jennifer trained at the Flinders University Drama Centre (SA), a partner institution of the Helpmann Academy, where she received a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Drama Performance and Drama Theory. She was awarded First class Honours and the University medal, and, through the Helpmann Academy, was the recipient of the Minter Ellison Rising Star Award as best graduating female student.
After moving to Melbourne in 2005, she becaming involved in the independent theatre scene as a performer, writer, producer and more recently as a director. Highlights include performing Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream in various locations across Melbourne and Apollo Bay, working with friend Liam McIntyre (Spartacus) on the short film Fancy, performing at the CUB Malthouse in 2011 and being involved in several Short and Sweet festivals - the most fun you can have in 10 minutes.
Jennifer was honoured to attend classes at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London in 2009 as part of the summer program. She has also continued to further her training through courses with such institutions as NIDA and VCA and with teachers of the calibre of Kim Krejus and Louise Siverson.