Jennifer completed her Bachelor of Design in Melbourne in 1997 and after a stint as a furniture designer became involved in residential building design. In 1999 she moved to Tasmania, undertook further design studies and the ever expanding field of building design has held her focus ever since.
Jennifer has been working as a sole practitioner for the last 15 years, continuing to grow her successful design practice. She lives on Tasmania's east coast and has thrived being involved in community architecture, meeting the opportunities presented by a growing awareness of environmental sustainability and responsibility.
Jennifer brings a practical, people focused approach to projects and is committed to achieving successful outcomes for clients, maximising the potential of their projects. With a strong focus on site responsive design she designs to reduce the energy consumption of buildings and increase amenity for occupants. With extensive local knowledge and a broad network of resources, Jennifer uses highly developed creativity and problem solving skills to help create beautiful, affordable, energy smart buildings.
As well as residential projects, Jennifer carries out small commercial projects and urban design and planning.
3D Rendering, Building Design, Energy-Efficient Homes, Floor Plans, Home Additions, House Plans, Site Planning, Structural Engineering, Sustainable Design, Tiny House Construction, Custom Homes, Home Extensions, Home Renovation, Drafting, Green Building
St Helens, East Coast, Tasmania, Launceston, Hobart
2014 + 2015 National Design Awards - Commendation New Residential Building
Accredited Building Practitioner CC 1269L
Member - Building Designers Australia