Jennifer enjoys living at the Villa Borghese, where there is not a crumb of dirt anywhere, nor a chair misplaced. She holds degrees in creative writing from Florida State University and the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi.
She is the former publisher and editor in chief of the Thomasville Townie, where from June 2013 to March 2014 she contributed a bimonthly regional travel column. Her summer 2013 columns covering the Forgotten Coast of Florida and twenty-one original photographs shot from Carrabelle to Port Saint Joe were compiled into an eBook in August 2013, which as of January 2014 had over 10,000 web reads. The eBook was published through the Townie by her friend and former editor, Bunny Byrne.
In July 2015, Jennifer won third place for Feature Writing in the Thomasville Townie from the Georgia Press Association.
Jennifer has proudly written press for Thomasville Center for the Arts, Thomasville On Stage and Company (TOSAC), and the Red Hills Players Theatre Troupe. She writes ad copy and provides editing services for a variety of private businesses in North Florida and South Georgia, and is a regular contributor to and copy editor of THOM magazine.
An ad photographer for hire, and a landscape photographer for kicks, Jennifer’s “Dog Island Sunset,” won first prize in My Forgotten Coast’s 2013 photo contest. Her Forgotten Coast prints and postcards are available for purchase at Shop by the Sea in Carrabelle, Florida, or on Fine Art America.