Jennifer is a first-year student in the Masters of Creative Arts Therapies (Art Therapy) program. She is also an artist and graphic designer with a passion for fine arts, design, volunteering, mental health awareness, community service.
With inspiration from personal struggles, Jennifer strives to tell stories through her artwork. Her art practice is very personal and embodies her own life experiences; she uses art as a way of opening up a dialogue for conversations about mental illness. This passion to share her story through art has sparked a strong interest in expressive arts therapy and the effect it has on those who suffer from mental illnesses.