Taubman College

Faculty Directory

Teaching Areas:

  • Drawing + Representation Fundamentals
  • Alternative Practices in Architecture
  • Branding, Capitalism + Industrialization

Jennifer has practiced as both an architectural and graphic designer as well as a creative director. She received her Master of Architecture in 2005 from the University of Michigan where her efforts received numerous design awards during her career.

Jennifer is currently a Lecturer in Architecture at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning where she teaches a range of courses from fundamental drawing skills to graduate design studios that investigate the relationships between capitalism, branding, the history of industrialization, and architecture.

Her artistic practice meditates upon the abstraction of celestial bodies and formalizing the profound atmospheric relationships between stars and the earth. She has received many awards and grants, most notably, she was awarded the inaugural Graham Foundation Fellowship at the Mac Dowell Colony in Peterborough, NH.

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