The daughter of a therapist and a surfer, Jennifer is a true California native. She's been acting on stage and on camera since the age of ten, and received her B.A. in Theater from UC Santa Cruz. In addition to acting, she produced and co-wrote Kate Can't Swim, a critically acclaimed narrative feature that accrued numerous awards throughout the US festival circuit, and is now streaming on multiple platforms, including iTunes, Amazon, Xbox, Vudu, and more. Her latest producing credits include Washland Express, a femme-forward dark noir comedy short that takes place almost entirely in a carwash, which is circuiting the festival circuit as an official selection of Palm Springs International Film Festival, Dances with Films, and premiering online via Short of the Week.
When she's not busy filmmaking, she's either playing music, eating popcorn, studying for her Master's in Psychology, or working on one of her many art projects.
She's been described as "the funniest person she knows."