Head of Postgraduate Provision
Faculty of Creative Industries, Architecture and Engineering
Jennifer is an artist, creative director and fashion studies scholar.
Her research engages in a critical and playful exploration of the fashioned body using interdisciplinary methods. Jennifer also uses her practice as a starting point to write about the fashioned body, working within a theoretical framework that considers both the identity and experience of styled bodies.
Since 2016 Jennifer has been working with IBM Design Studio, Hursley on IBMs first collaboration with a University Fashion course, MA Creative Direction for Fashion and Beauty students work with the design team to speculate, pitch and develop projects for using IBM Watson tech within fashion and beauty products, services and experiences.