vocal freedom, artistry, craft, mind, song, musicality, connection, community, rebellion, love, self expression, spirituality, spontaneity, STRENGTH, simplicity, beauty, story, truth, peace.

welcome! Meet Jen, vocal coach, artist mentor and founder of Expressive Voicework™
JEN has supported over 15000 people over 20+yrs to free their voice, Artistry & self expressivity. She has coached clients with brit, kerrang, & nme awards. Worked with artists on every major record label, for film and tv. few coaches have this amount of experience. Now she is available to you too.

Expressive voiceworkis perfect for complete beginners to professional, full time performing vocal artists. Whether you want to expand the breadth, depth and potential of your voice, step into your own unique artistry or simply express yourself more.
All voices are beautiful and deserve to be free. Let Jen help you find the key to unlock the beauty of your unique voice.

The ‘Elements’ of Expressive voicework

These elements combine to create your unique, sacred journey to vocal, musical, artistic and expressive freedom.

PRIMAL SOUL VOICEWORK

TECHNICAL VOICE CRAFT

Artistry & 'the way'

Song writing & Musicality

SELF EXPRESSION & CONFIDENCE

‘The voice … comes from a part of yourself that simply knows, expresses itself and is.’ – Jeff Buckley.

She dances to the songs in her head, speaks with the rhythm of her heart, and loves from the depths of her soul.
– Dean Jackson

Come to sing, to shout, to revel, to listen, to be heard, to align, to create, to connect, to express, to remember who you are, to feel more ALIVE & FREE.

Do you want to free your beautiful voice?

I’ve always been excited by freedom and truth.  By people who are strong, shameless, unafraid to express themselves; their darkness, their light….their peace, their war….their freedom, their divinity, their humanity.  

I believe artists and singers have a important purpose in the world.  To expose us all to the raw beauty of life.  

Be inspired

“Creativity is like a freight train going down the tracks. It’s something that has to be caressed and treated with a great deal of respect… you’ve got to program your brain not to think too much.”

Bob Dylan