Do you have a local business or company that is interested in Event Sponsorship or Local Outreach? We are now accepting Sponsorship Requests for the 2019 Texas International Archery Festival. In return for monetary or product sponsorship, we are happy to offer a detailed listing of your Company details/Logo on our Website and Social Media, [...]
Jennifer Lynn Larsen is equal parts Model, Muse, Rollerderby Girl, Cosplayer, Gamer, Book Nerd, and Creative. She has a passion for fantasy and urban literature, D&D, ethnomusicology, and strong, sassy female characters. She spends her days frequenting photography studios, film sets, and Rollerderby rinks. Jennifer started Cosplaying at the tender age of 2, making her first appearance as Tigger in an adorable hooded onesie with tiger ears. Since then, she has grown and cultivated her love of fantasy and video game characters, embodying for Cosplay such favorites as Galadriel, The Sanderson Sisters, Mystique, Catwoman, Daenerys Targaryen, The Riddler, Wonder Woman, Terra Branford, and the Sorceress Edea. Jennifer has been studying music and literature for most of her life. She started playing the flute at the tender age of 8, having fallen in love with the sound of her father playing the instrument. She has always possessed an incurable, voracious appetite for literature, which her parents constantly fed. She began studying competitive journalism in high school, winning several UIL awards for her Feature and Headline articles. She won 1st place in Feature Writing several times on a District Level, also winning the Gold for overall Newspaper Staff 3 years in a row. She was a section editor for the CHS Yearbook for two years, and was a member on both the Newspaper and Yearbooks all 4 years of high school. Jennifer was awarded the Corpus Christi Caller Times Distinguished Scholars Award for Journalism in October 2005. Jennifer went on to study Music Performance and English Literature at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. She was awarded membership in the Alpha Lambda Delta Freshman Honor Society, as well as membership in Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Band Fraternity, and Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority. She served two terms as the District Secretary-Treasurer of KKPsi as well as Chapter Recording Secretary for one term, and Chapter Vice-President and New Member Coordinator the following year. Jennifer was an officer for the Student Organization Funding Committee for two terms before serving as Chair, leading her to the Student Government Association and the A&M System Chancellor's Student Advisory Board. She served on the school's Literary Magazine, The Writer's Bloc, for 3 years as an editor and contributer.