With a background in both classical music and jazz, Jennifer has learned to create new original music that lives a hybrid existence. Not quite pop, not quite jazz, not quite folk or rock; Jennifer provides a sweet voice as her instrument for songs that are catchy and comfortable. Jennifer's writing style is unusual yet not alienating which leaves her audience with a feeling like the music can be a welcome addition to their senses. She believes in challenging her audience; bringing them into her thoughts and making them feel comfortable while they're along for the ride. Her influences over the years have been diverse stemming from timeless musicians like Van Morrison, Annie Lennox and Bob Segar to eclectic composers like Tom Waits, Tori Amos, and Bjork. On her debut album, Shelf Life, Jennifer provides you with a combination of trip-hop beats, swelling piano parts, and her own ethereal vocals sounds not unlike Morcheeba.