Jennifer is a graphic designer and illustrator currently living in Austin, TX. She likes to make things look pretty on paper (not to mention making sure they are on target and oh-so-creative). She also enjoys giving back to the design community that has taught her so much.

She is a past president of the the Dallas Society of Visual Communications, the largest independent organization of creatives in the nation, (dsvc.org) and served on its’ board of directors from 2004-2010. Jennifer is proud to say that she was the longest running president in the club’s 50 year history (She has a hard time saying no to good people).

While serving on the board of the DSVC, Jennifer co-founded the National Student Show & Conference, the nation’s largest creative competition and conference designed for communication arts students (nationalstudentshow.com). Now going on it’s 10th year, the competition receives over 3,000 entries annually and hosts 700 students from across the nation during its’ three day conference. Thanks to generous sponsors The National Student Show and Conference has awarded over $100,000 worth of scholarships across the past nine years.

Jennifer can’t stand to have her plate only half full, so in her spare time she likes to make one of a kind, hand sewn stuffed animals that she sells in stores around town. Jennifer is also constantly collecting things for around her house and is lucky enough to have been featured on one of her favorite blogs (styleswoon.com).