Born in Scotland, Jerre immigrated to Canada in 1988. Her early career in dance at the Scottish Ballet School in Edinburgh, Scotland instilled in her a love of rhythm and movement and she seeks out these patterns in the landscape as inspiration Working from photographs she takes of the local countryside, she endeavours to capture a specific moment in time that is then interpreted in glass. Her landscapes are created exclusively out of glass and have complex depth and luminosity. She is currently developing a series of abstract kiln-cast sculptural forms that explore the movement visible in rock formations.
Her work has been exhibited in Korea, Scotland, USA and Canada and is in private collections nationally and internationally.