is an award winning illustrator and visual artist based in Bristol. Her work has a focus on drawing as an academic inter-disciplinary tradition.  

Graduating from Camberwell College of Arts, UAL in 2015, Jennifer received a first class Bachelor's degree in Fine Art Drawing. At this time she co-founded Artist Collective 'Perhaps?', and began widening her practice as both a fine artist and an illustrator. 

She has recently completed her training in Medical Illustration with the Medical Artists Education Trust and is a member of the Medical Artist's Association. She particularly enjoys making conceptual work for science journalism, and has worked with clients such as The British Library, Penguin Random House, Lenny Letter, and First Look Media. 

For more information on Jennifer's work or to contact her about employment opportunities, please feel free to get in touch.


Medical Art Postgraduate, Medical Artists' Education Trust, 2016 - 2020

BA Drawing - First Class with honours, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London, 2012 - 2015

Art Foundation, Bath College, 2011 - 2012


Nursing Times Magazine, Volume 116, Issue 8, Nursing Times, August 2020

Eczema Outreach Support, What Does Skin Do?, Animation, 2020 

Hands On Press, Crafting – Transforming Materials & the Maker, 2020

University of Bristol; YOLRED, “I am free from the conflict, but I do not feel free”: experiences of child soldiers in Northern Uganda, 2019

Lenny Letter, Fixing The Opioid Crisis, One Person At a Time, 2018

Read it Forward, 14 Memoirs About Illness and Medicine, 2017

Lenny Letter, Don't Let the Bastards Sell Your Genes, 2017

Topic, Issue No. 2: Female Trouble, The Magic of Animal Menopause, 2017

Lenny Letter, Do Orcas have Hot Flashes?, 2017

Mentor Magazine, Issue 6, Medic Mentor, 2017

Mentor Magazine, Issue 5, Medic Mentor, 2017

Mentor Magazine, Issue 4, Medic Mentor, 2016

Clyde & Co Art Award Catalogue, Clyde & Co, 2015

Degree Show Catalogue, Camberwell Press, 2015

UNIT Catalogue, Camberwell Press, 2014

Owl Pellet Dissection, Notes (Oxford & Cambridge), Issue 11, Feature Image, 2013

Structure and Flow, Notes (Oxford & Cambridge), Issue 7, Front Cover Image, 2013


Barbers Bursary Tuition Award, 2020

Whitaker Award of excellence, Medical Artists' Education Trust, 2017

HIX Award, Finalist, 2015

Clyde & Co Award, Shortlisted, 2015


To the Fore, Silk Mill Studios, Frome, 2019

100 years of Drawing, Camberwell Space, London, 2018

Mixing Signals, Kobi & Teal, Frome, 2017

Online, Perhaps?, London, 2016

Epidermal Dress, Safehouse 1, London, 2016

Drawing, Perhaps?, Crows Nest Gallery, London, 2015

WE ALL DRAW, UAL show, Bargehouse, London, 2015

Springboard, Perhaps?, APT Gallery, London, 2015

Sketchbooks Are Dead, Hackney Downs Studios, London, 2015

HIX Award, CNB Gallery, London, 2015

Undergraduate Summer Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London, 2015

Anatomy, The Old Operating Theatre Museum, London, 2015

Room with a View, Hotel Elephant, London, 2015

The Body Artistic, Asylum, London, 2014

S.T.E.A.M., The Bear Freehouse, London, 2014

Enlightened Perspectives: An Exhibition Working through Science and Art, Churchill College, Cambridge, 2014

Image|Object|Image: New Modes of Representation, Judith E. Wilson Drama Studio, Cambridge, 2014

UNIT, Dilston Grove, London, 2014


Crows Nest Space, London, 2015

Hotel Elephant, London, 2015


Curator, Epidermal Dress, Safehouse 1, London, 2016

Curator, Springboard, Perhaps?, APT Gallery, London, 2015

Assistant Curator, PAUSE, House Gallery, London, 2015

Curator, S.T.E.A.M, The Bear Freehouse, London, 2014

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