Jennifer studied at The Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen where she graduated with a Masters in Architecture in 2012 and completed her professional studies in architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture.
Prior to joining Henley Halebrown Jennifer gained varied professional experience working for Moshe Safdie Architects in both the USA and China along with gaining valuable residential experience working at Maccreanor Lavington in London. She previously led the delivery of a new build residential building through construction, which forms part of the of the Fish Island Village masterplan at Hackney Wick.
Her experience has lead her to engage with a variety of clients on a diverse range of project types on projects across all stages of development. As a mentor for the Stephen Lawerence charitable trust, she supports students at the early stage of their architectural career.
In her role as an associate she leads the schools outreach programme at Henley Halebrown.