Jennifer has had the opportunity to work on some of the most significant urban regeneration projects in Sydney over the past 10 years. In her previous role at Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners, she collaborated on the Barangaroo MasterPlan where she was heavily involved in designing the public domain as well as the International Towers. Prior to this, during her time at Make Architects, she also worked on the Brookfield Place re-development which included 6-star Green Star office Tower, heritage restorations, new retail precincts and a new world class and transit hall for Wynyard Train Station.
With both projects having such significant public realm components, Jennifer has developed a keen sense for understanding the role that architecture can play in improving the urban fabric. She is passionate about delivering spaces that can afford a variety of program and she prides herself on understanding the importance of working with all aspects of scale; from the monumental scale of the city down to the smaller scale of specific design detail that all work together to deliver great public spaces.
Now a senior design architect at DKO, Jennifer leads teams through a variety of mixed-use projects where she implements her design knowledge to create projects with vibrancy and accessibility for all of the occupiers. She is also a registered architect and a design critic at University of Technology Sydney.