Cruise to the Edge, Progression Magazine. 2018. Issue 74. In Press
Nik Turner's Hawkwind, concert review and photographs. Progression Magazine. 2017. Issue 73
Progtoberfest, photographs and festival review. Progression Magazine. 2017. Issue 73
SeaProg, photographs and festival review, Progression Magazine. 2017. Issue 72
Roger Waters, concert review and photographs, Los Angeles. Progression Magazine. 2017. Issue 72
Cruise to the Edge, Progression Magazine. 2017. Issue 71
Maria Kawaguchi, portrait. Progression Magazine. 2017. Issue 71
RoSfest, photographs. Progression Magazine. 2016. Issue 70
David Gilmour, concert review, Los Angeles. Progression Magazine. 2016. Issue 69
Steve Hackett, Acolyte to Wolflight Tour Program. 2016
Ray Weston, Drummer. 2015
Iron Butterfly, Website images. 2015
Frak, Mexico. Band photographs, video inserts and brochure. 2015
Moon Safari, Live in Mexico. Album and sleeve insert photographs. 2014
Steve Hackett, Genesis Extended Tour Program. 2014
Steve Hackett, Hackettsongs. Website photographs. 2014
My photographic style is minimalist
Keith Emerson Modular Moog
Logo for Nad Sylvan, 2015
Musician and composer
With Claude Martin, Artist, Quebec, Canada
Jennifer grew up in northern England and in early childhood developed a love for painting and the visual arts. By teenage years she was strongly influenced by Progressive Music. She intended to read Fine Art at University however, (and it is a long story) she studied Medicine at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne.
During her undergraduate years she worked as an artist, including music projects and in various art galleries and museums.
Jennifer graduated in Medicine in 1978 and after obtaining her specialist certification she moved to Canada. Shortly afterwards she accepted a university position and specialized in Developmental Psychiatry. She currently holds university academic and hospital positions. Her area of expertise is children with complex Neuro-Developmental Disorders.
My love of art was instrumental but it was the love of music that was defining.