Jennifer has been on TER since 2013. She loves wine, scuba diving, Italy and loves to laugh. Read more about her…
TER: What are your passions outside of the erotic business?
Jennifer: I love to travel and experience other cultures. I think it opens your mind, and makes you a better, more rounded person. As an English girl in New York, I have learned first-hand how eye opening it can be to transplant yourself to a new place. I’m also passionate about food, and after 10 years as a professional model it’s nice to eat out every now and then without worrying about the next morning’s shoot!
TER: Could you share with the readers why you decided to move to New York? Was it because of your modeling career, or there was something more?
Jennifer: I had visited New York several times in the latter half of my modeling career, and this industry gave me the opportunity to keep coming back. In those visits, I realized I wanted to be here full time. I’ve lived all over London and Europe, but this city has a unique energy.
TER: Was it hard staying on a diet through all those 10 years? We see that you are still in perfect shape.
Jennifer: Haha! Thanks. I am in pretty good shape! My body is back to being more athletic, as it always wanted to be. The constraint of being that thin, when you are not built to be that way, is very challenging. Add to that traveling so much, it’s definitely character building!
TER: What’s the best thing about this job? What is the worst?
Jennifer: I love the opportunity that I have to meet fascinating people. Finding out their story, what brought them to me, what drives them, excites them and makes them who they are. Time and again, I hear wonderful stories from people I have met in this industry; stories that have surprised and delighted me. What is the worst? On rare occasions the chemistry just isn’t right. I am an incredibly authentic person and I find that you can’t force it when its not there.
TER: Did you ever have a really funny meeting, which makes you laugh even now when you remember it. Could you share it with our readers?
Jennifer: I have many funny meetings, and laugh ALOT. The most recent one that sticks in my head is when I was on tour with my duo partner, Anna, a few weeks ago. We were well into a steamy romp with a lovely gentleman at our hotel, when the concierge decided to ignore the ‘do not disturb’ sign and bust into the room with my dry cleaning. The gent leapt up and ran to the bathroom to hide, and both of us girls (in shock) started laying into the concierge, whilst totally naked. The hotel apologized profusely, and we had to continue our ‘lesbian lovers’ display, in the name of not being found out (I love that hotel) for the rest of our trip. We saw the gent in question again for dinner later that week, and the three of us almost died laughing, after the shock faded, of course.
TER: What sort of qualities do you think one needs to possess or cultivate to be successful in this business?
Jennifer: Intuition and empathy. To know when to be the hostess with the mostest, pour a glass of wine, make someone laugh out loud, and when to go slow, be a quiet listener, a friend, a passionate lover.
TER: How did you get into this business?
Jennifer: Towards the end of my modeling career, I met a man who was wonderful, worldly, fascinating and an incredible writer. He became my friend, lover, and mentor. As I made my way out of one world into another, he supported me both emotionally and financially. It changed the way I looked at all types of relationships and made me see the world as much less black and white. My passion for people, my outgoing personality, and my very healthy libido made very comfortable in this industry.
TER: Do your family and friends know what you do? If so, what were there reactions?
Jennifer: Yes, my family and close friends back in the UK know. I tend to be an open book and don’t keep secrets from those who are close to me. My friends and family are open-minded Europeans, and they have been incredibly accepting and supportive.
TER: So was there any person to whom you told and he or she reacted opposite when you expected?
Jennifer: You know, you never quite know how people are going to react. The people you least expect to have an issue do, and also the opposite. I always use my intuition before I spill the beans.
TER: Do you find it easier to work in this type of business when your family and closest friends know what you do and you don’t need to hide it?
Jennifer: It makes a massive difference to have support from friends and family. Being on tour can sometimes feel a bit lonely — that’s why I like to travel with a partner (and the gents seem to enjoy us being together.) In New York though, I am incredibly lucky, that the people I see regularly will just have a cup of coffee with me when they don’t have enough hours in the day to have a date with me. Having such an understanding support structure helps immensely.
TER: Now, something more fun. What is the best concert you have attended?
Jennifer: I LOVE music. When I lived in Europe I would spend time in Ibiza every summer. My favorite musical memories are of summer DJ festivals on the beach. I can still get excited just thinking about the music, wine, sun, and sand.
TER: Do you have any guilty pleasures? You know, like eating rocky road ice cream while watching romantic comedies, etc.
Jennifer: A really good bottle of Pinot Noir can empty itself remarkably quickly in my presence. A non-guilt pleasure is my love for scuba diving. Being under water, with nothing to think about but breathing, and taking in the magic that goes on under the water, is a huge pleasure for me.
TER: For how long have you been scuba diving?
Jennifer: I’ve been a diver for a few years now. I started soon after I came to New York, and got completely hooked.
TER: Do you have a bucket list of places to scuba dive around the world?
Jennifer: I have, so many. I am a huge supporter of ocean conservation, so my choice of diving spots supports this.
TER: What percentage of your day is taken up by hobby-related activities, that aren’t the actual session?
Jennifer: Luckily I have my wonderful assistant Kate, who does most of my admin. I do really like to say in touch with the gents I see regularly, but feel this is more keeping up with friends, than hobby related admin.
TER: Any heroes/people you look up to and why?
Jennifer: Not any one person, but anybody who is out there striving to make the world a better place has my respect & support.
TER: Do you have any hidden talents? (singing, dancing, etc)
Jennifer: I’m really, REALLY good at Tetris.
TER: What’s your biggest score, if it’s not a secret?
Jennifer: 481999. Almost 3rd place in the leaderboard. Working on it.
TER: Describe yourself in three (3) words?
Jennifer: Clever, funny, irresistible
TER: After naming only 3 good things about your self, now please give 3 negative traits about your self, which could help prevent any bad experience for you and any client.
Jennifer: 1. I’m curious (in the nicest possible way) so I hope that you will want to talk to me. 2. With a little red wine in me I can get a little wild. 3. I’m not a morning person. Unless, you bring me coffee and a pain au chocolat.
TER: How do you relax after a long day, or are you already pretty relaxed?
Jennifer: A glass of red wine, ideally with one of my favorite faces.
TER: Do you travel a lot? What has been your favorite place to visit so far? Where do you want to visit and why?
Jennifer: I have always traveled and continue to travel an enormous amount. I love my visits to New England (not surprising for a girl from Old England). My travel bucket list is very, very long. My friends have chided me for my “travel porn” addiction.
TER: What is your favorite food?
Jennifer: Nothing satisfies me quite like a full English roast with all the trimmings.
TER: Do you have a favorite sport or sport team?
Jennifer: Football, of course (I’ve only been here two years and still can’t call it soccer.)
TER: What’s your favorite team?
Jennifer: Manchester United!
TER: What is your favorite country and why?
Jennifer: Italy. My love affair with Italy has outlasted any other love affair, so far…. A county that advocates that family should be priority, food is like a religion, and that even grownups should take naps in the afternoon, is somewhere I would like to grow old.
TER: Do you have any plans of moving to Italy in the future? And we assume you speak Italian as well?
Jennifer: No current plans to move there, but I do plan on heading to one of my favorite places there for a quick fix this summer. Right now I love my fast paced life, but I would love to live there at some point. I did speak some Italian, but you loose it quickly when you are not immersed in it. Maybe I need someone to teach me…
TER: What do you do in your free time?
Jennifer: Go to the ocean. Being on, in or near it makes me happy. Or I will curl up at home with my two rescue mutts.
TER: Anything else you would like to tell members about yourself?
Jennifer: I’m a born listener. Writing this much about myself has been wonderful, but I really love to learn about others. ifer: Not any one person, but anybody who is out there striving to make the world a better place has my respect & support.
Congratulations to Sierra Benjamin, our runner-up! Sierra has been on TER since 2013. A beauty from San Francisco, who likes to travel.