Jennifer has performed in & directed numerous productions both north & south of the border. Having completed her Drama Exams with honours from LAMDA (London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts) & graduating from DLIADT (Dun Laoghaire Institute) in communications, she went on to work for RTE & the renowned Tyrone Productions to include programmes such as Open House, The Special Olympics, Celebrity Farm to name a few & began working as Head Researcher for Abhann Productions to celebrate, 10 Years of Riverdance for Radio City Hall, New York. Jennifer began her musical studies with the acclaimed Mr Paul Deegan of the Royal Irish Academy for Technical Skills. She then developed her repertoire with the renowned Prof. Veronica Dunne at the Leinster School of Music, after which she toured with Cascata Leading duet, in Canada & throughout the UK. She has been a guest soloist with RTE for many religious broadcasts.
Her Theatre credits include, Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Lady Macbeth in Macbeth. Jennifer’s musical credits include Nettie in Carousel, Sarah in The Broadway Story & was highly commended for the role of Laurey in Oklahoma at Draiocht Theatre. Other National Concert Hall highlights include Festival Productions King & I, South Pacific, Hello Dolly and Pirates of Penzance. Having performed Milly in Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Valencienne in The Merry Widow with Coolmine Musical Society at Draiocht, she went on to produce, direct and star as Esther in The Irish Premiere of Meet Me in St Louis, the production was nominated for Best Chorus & was awarded Best Choreography & Best Visual by AIMS. Jennifer went on to produce & direct, “Let Me Entertain You” at Draiocht Theatre & also a very successful Charity CD for the LauraLynn House & Dublin 15 Hospice. Most recently she has produced and directed “Applause” a fun packed variety show including guest artists, to full houses at Draiocht Theatre. Jennifer’s aim is to encourage and develop young people’s confidence through the arts, which will carry through into their daily lives.