Jennifer Forward-Hayter is a photographer, currently voted one of the best young photographers in Europe. Primarily focused on documentary and social performance, her work records modern history, particularly showcasing communities who are traditionally alienated by the art community.
Jennifer was born in Dorset, and is the only member of her family who can’t drive a tractor. Her early arts education consisted of reading Sunday magazines pulled from bins, and postcards. This mass art rhetoric brought foundations of history, TV, pop culture, philosophy, story-telling and journalism into Jennifer’s own work. She graduated from Middlesex University, and wants to be John Berger.