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Where do you live ? City, State and Country
Johnson City, Tennessee
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By day I work as a medical editor, by night/weekend I make art jewelry. I earned my BFA with a concentration in Jewelry and Metalsmithing from East Tennessee State University in 2009; I hope to attend grad school soon.
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http://jennculp.com/

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At 7:22pm on January 20, 2011, Alison Greer Pack said…

Hey Jennifer,

I do remember you! Even though I remember you with super long hair! I saw you piece in the alum show and was hoping to see you too! It will be good to stay connected. The bubble looked great! I took a picture and showed it too my students.

At 6:56pm on January 20, 2011, Lisa Johnson said…

 It was so nice meeting you! I'm happy you enjoyed the workshop.

 I really like your hand pieces. :) Thanks for adding me! Will you be going again next year?   

At 9:56am on January 20, 2011, Laura Wood said…

Hi Jennifer,

So glad you could come and we are looking forward to doing it all over again!

At 12:15am on January 19, 2011, Andrew Kuebeck said…
Nice to finally meet you in person.  Hope you'll be going to the symposium next year, I'm gonna, and it'd be nice to hang out again :)
At 2:35pm on December 1, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
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At 2:30pm on November 17, 2010, Brigitte Martin said…
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