Bridget graduated from Ohio University with a BA in Graphic Arts. Before graduating, she spent 3 months in Cholula, Mexico studying graphic design with local university professors and other select senior designers.
Upon graduation, she began working at a branding & packaging design firm in Chicago’s art district, River North, creating packaging for some of the nation’s largest consumer goods companies.
In 2011, she created Brushbox Design, a small boutique design entity far from package design. She specializes in small boutique company startups, like Streetwater, and ranges from steel refractory clients in Cleveland, restaurant entrepreneurs in Chicago, and wedding boutique owners in Cincinnati.
Jacquelyn graduated SUNY Stony Brook with a BA in Studio Art and Art History, and received an MFA in Painting and Art History from SUNY New Paltz, but her talents don’t stop with the brush. She received the Presidential Art Scholarship, which sent her to Florence, Italy to study at Studio Art Centers International.
Afterwards, she worked in development at the Corcoran Gallery of Art and Design, as a curator and instructor at Hui No’eau Visual Arts Center in Maui, Hawaii, and as an assistant director at Paia Contemporary Gallery, also located in Maui.
Her work has been shown in over 60 exhibitions internationally.
Aurea studied photography at Institut d’Estudis Fotografics de Catalunya (IEFC) in Barcelona. She specializes in landscape and travel photography and has articulated in several exhibitions, including Museum Caixa Forum in Barcelona.
During a client exhibition in New York, she partnered with Jacquelyn Lipp in the forming of Streetwater, to make art more accessible to people and also to approach artists and customers worldwide.