Life, Cinema and the Written Word is a glimpse into the world of 30-year-old Jennifer. She studied Comparative Literature and Film Theory and is a freelancer, working as film production coordinator and writer/translator. Her read her most recent short story "Die Mäusefalle" at the Literary Forum Oberschwaben in July 2016. 
She was also the co-editor of the literary magazine [Lautschrift] that published young talented students from the South of Germany. The third and last issue has been published in April 2013.

Storytelling is a way to keep people close to one another,
to make them understand and imagine different worlds, and to connect and overcome differences.

Inspired by her best friend, photographer and writer Cindy Ruch, by films like Drive (Nicolas Winding Refn, 2011), Brick (Rian Johnson, 2005) or Perrier's Bounty (Ian Fitzgibbon, 2009), by writers like Anaïs Nin, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Salman Rushdie, and Jeanette Winterson.

Find out more about her work at J6 Creative Works.

Give her a shout: J6.CreativeWorks(at)gmx.de