Wife, mother, designer, clergy, published writer, adjunct professor, illustrator and backyard chicken enthusiast are just a few words that describe Jennifer’s life and vocation. Her design career began 26 years ago as a branding and sign designer for a local Wichita sign company. A long time Wichitan, Jennifer graduated from Friends University with a degree in Graphic Design and Illustration. Additional education took her to the West Coast where she was employed as a professional calligrapher and stationery designer in Los Angeles as she worked toward her Master of Divinity from Fuller Seminary. That degree brought her back home to serve the local church with her husband for nearly two decades while she managed a working studio and enjoyed the daily calling of raising a family. She has written for publications such as My Daily Bread, The Word in Season and Spark. She has taught on the subject of life and vocation at Friends University as well as various ministry courses. Her deepest creative love falls to the pointed pen. She incorporates the swells and hairline of Copperplate calligraphy in many of her designs whether it be for special events or corporate offerings. She and her husband love to travel and spend time with their three boys.