Jennifer believes that disco dancing is a direct reflection of the ever-changing fashions of today’s styles and attitudes. In her choreography, she introduces a variety of disco styles which include: partnering, poses, freezes, punking, locking,
gymnastics, robot or mime, S&M theatrical satire, and high camp attitudes. Her choreography uses ballet and jazz as a necessary technique in the development of disco as an art-form.
Here’s a photo of Jennifer from 1979, as Charlie Chaplin dancing with many girls in the ballet “Red Shoes”