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, and Vudu. Her latest producing credits include Washland Express, a femme-forward dark noir comedy short that takes place almost entirely in a carwash. She recently graduated with her Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, which she hopes to continue to utilize through her acting and filmmaking, as well as volunteering and counseling.
She is the co-founder of GRAND STREET FILMS, and currently has two productions in various stages of development, including a feature length film and a one-hour dark dramedy series.
She currently lives in Los Angeles, CA.