She has performed her work throughout the world, including tours of the Caribbean, North America, Europe, South East Asia and Africa, and now divides her time between Jamaica and London.
"A major, perhaps even a great voice. For stature, Jean 'Binta' Breeze invites a Caribbean comparison with Maya Angelou, except that her range is broader still. Her poetry shifts effort-lessly through standard English to a native Jamaican which has no equal in its emotional depth."
Alexander Linklater, The Herald
"Breeze sings of sisterhood and the private spirituality that keeps the head above water even when prejudice, and laundry, threaten to drag it down. Her work, and that of a great many other black women writers, affirms life in a way that the rest of the world might do well to emulate."
Tania Glyde, Independent