Before she started to take pictures, she studied literature and worked for a few years as a hairdresser, which gave her the opportunity to meet the most diverse people.
"Being so close to people gives you a very deep insight into the privacy of people, which helps a lot in my work as a photographer today."
Since moving to Berlin in 2014, Jennifer has been working freelance mainly for private clients in the field of family photography. For the last couple of years, topics such as gender roles, feminism, women’s empowerment, diversity and tolerance are increasingly becoming Jennifer’s personal focus. Through her personal projects, Jennifer aims to create a culture of discourse rather than to provoke.