Her first love is writing, and she started her career with five years at the Canadian Press/Broadcast News wire service as a reporter and editor, while at the same time contributing feature-length stories to various magazines in Canada and the United States. Her work on topics ranging from major crime to pop-culture gossip has appeared in many major-market publications.

As a motorsport competitor, she offers an unique perspective on racing. She spent several years at ESPN and X Games as the in-house expert on rally and rallycross, working as an on-air reporter and eventually becoming the network’s first-ever female motorsport analyst. She continues to contribute occasional freelance articles to a wide range of publications and websites.

Jen has competed in numerous professional and grassroots motorsport events, including X Games, Targa New Zealand, and the Canadian and US Rally Championships. She is a regional champion rally driver, and a top rally co-driver. She's also the voice of the navigator in the DiRT 3 videogame from Codemasters.

She has also worked with a variety of athletes, racing teams and sponsors to develop and support communications programs that focus on authenticity and compelling storytelling.

But while she frequently works in the automotive and racing industries, Jen strives for a different kind of communication than is typical of the market, and she has successfully lent her skills to projects in the fashion, music and art industries.

Jen's aim is to bring a broader context to any subject -- automotive or otherwise -- and produce content that even her mother* can enjoy.

*Jen’s mother, Bless her, doesn’t know a rotor from a rotary.


Jen Horsey is a communications professional with more than a decade of media experience as a writer, broadcaster, and TV producer.