Jennifer Mann is a sculptor based in the Macedon Ranges near Melbourne, Australia.  Her body of work reflects her interest in figurative work and portraiture. 

She works on commissions in a range of media, but most often in bronze and terracotta, and has several commissioned works on permanent public display.

She has sculpted since childhood, majoring in Visual Arts at Monash University and undertaking studies towards a degree in sculpture at RMIT University.

Jennifer Mann’s love of portrait sculpting provides an excellent grounding for forensic facial reconstruction sculpture – a fascinating field of expertise. In 2014 and 2016, Jennifer studied under Karen T. Taylor, a leading expert in forensic sculpture in the U.S.

Jennifer is currently working on a facial recreation sculpture of an ancient Egyptian mummy for the University of Melbourne.