Jennifer's work centers around pattern and visual perception, influenced for the most part by her experiences of a rare neuro-ophthalmologcal condition that constantly disrupts her visual field. Everything is seen through a fine veil of swirling, kaleidoscopic coloured dots. Although it may not be a view shared by everyone, it is fascinating to think that we have no idea how each person is actually seeing the world. Highly patterned, her work explores the beauty that surround us every day. Weaving is of the oldest art forms, every civilization has a textiles history. These works play homage to this tradition through the exploration of the rich diversity of patterns humans produce and reinterpret. Continuity too threads through the long line of weavers within Jennifer's maternal family. It is a practice that links both generations and cultures.