Jennifer trained at the Royal Academy of Music, London and Birmingham School of Acting. She is a Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, specialising in Musical Theatre. She is also a Certified Master Trainer in The Estill Voice Model and lectures in various UK drama schools in Vocal Anatomy and Physiology, The Estill Model, Technical Singing and Acting Through Song. She is now the very proud owner and director of Midlands Voice Hub, providing elite voice support services outside of London.
Over the years her work has varied between practising in all things voice, as well as professional performance work; including singing with icons such as Brian May, Elton John and Andrea Bocelli, participating in original cast recordings and session work, BBC proms, radio, touring the UK, acting in pantomime, plays, short films and festivals as well as teaching vocal studies around the country. She is also a lecturer for Birmingham Conservatoire: Acting and has been heading up the Musical Theatre degree for Chester University. She is a qualified Vocal Health first aider and specialises in 1-1 support for professional voice users and vocal coaching for Voice Over, TV, Theatre and Film.
Over the last few years Jennifer has been involved in research involving performance anxiety, performance health and hormonal change and how these play a part in vocal function. Her understanding of science based voice teaching has provided her students and clients with the tools and knowledge to overcome such hurdles in the professional voice world.