Jennifer is a Movement Director and Physical Theatre Performer, based in London and the North West. 

She has trained with Phillipe Gaulier (Clown), Complicite (Adapting the Encounter), Theatre Ad Infinitum (The Storytelling Body), Improbable (Objects and Improvisation), John Wright (Why is that so Funny?), John Britton (Self with Others) and contemporary Indian theatre company AdiShakti Theatre Arts (Source of Performance Energy). Most recently she trained with Ita O'Brien on her pioneering Intimacy on Set guidelines.

Her movement directing credits include: The Flies (Theatre Exchange, dir. David Furlong) at The Bunker Theatre, London; Launchpad2019 for Sheffield Theatres, a project working with a company of Autistic and Learning Disabled adults; My Night with Reg (Green Carnation Theatre Co., dir. Dan Ellis & Dan Jarvis) and as part of the core devising ensemble for This is a Blizzard (Flock Theatre Ensemble, dir. Ana Brothers).

Her first music video was 'Neon High Speed Driving' by improvised electronic band, California Games.

Jennifer teaches movement at Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) North.

She is also an actor and you can see her Spotlight CV here.

If you are interested in her Get Started and Thrive workshops click here.

'Jennifer had a great ear and instinct about the piece and added great value to the work. Furthermore, her open mind and curiosity to others' practice makes her a great collaborator and easy to talk to.'

David Furlong, Director 'Becoming Berenice' and Artistic Director Exchange Theatre.

'Jenn has a natural authority which exudes competence, understanding and calm, and I would trust her to work with anyone on anything in a confident and creatively stimulating and fun way.' 
Rosie Hilal, Lead Artist 'Becoming Berenice' and Artistic Director Theatre Forge

Movement/Choreo reel