Raised in Eastern Ontario, Jennifer has been in love with horses and art since she was a little girl. When her family decided to relocate in 2000 they bought MeadowRidge Farm in the Land Of Lakes region and began the daunting task of restoring and maintaining the century farm house and several of it's outbuildings. When it came time for her to decide on a college, she opted for taking an equine/agriculture course at Kemptville College (a branch of the University of Guelph), with the idea that art was something she could work on through trial and error by herself, but she'd better go to school for the horses.
Since then she has been focused on building the business to a state where it can continue to grow, teaching classical dressage to her students and providing care for the 10+ horses that call MeadowRidge their home.
It was only recently that Jennifer discovered that she could combine her two loves working in a semi-professional fashion as an equine artist as well as a coach and manager. Her grasp of the subject matter gives her room to play with colour and movement, and she takes care to inject a sense emotion in the works as well. She hopes the enthusiasm she feels for her subjects shines through in her pieces, and feels very privilaged to have a job doing what she loves.