Jennifer Lovemore-Reed is an adventurer, writer, artist, photographer and entrepreneur. She has a business in Cape Town called Mayhem Management and was a finalist in the category ‘Emerging Entrepreneur’ in the Regional Business Achievers Awards 2010. For many years Jennifer worked as a contemporary artist, in a variety of media including photography, mixed media, performance art, installation and video installation. She exhibited internationally as well as in many galleries in South Africa. In 2003 she won the Vuleka Art Prize which led to an art residency in Paris in 2004. She was one of five founding women (members) to start G.R.I.P. (The Greater Nelspruit Rape Intervention Project) in Mpumalanga in 2000. G.R.I.P. is a non-profit, community-based organization supporting and working with rape survivors in the district. An adventure in 2012 changed Jennifer’s life completely. She now believes in living on the edge and not allowing fear to dictate any part of her life. She is in the process of writing a book and hopes that her life will consist of writing and adventure from now on.