Jacqueline studied at Brighton College of Art, but then followed a career as a food stylist and writer. A short jewellery design course at Edinburgh College of Art inspired her to further training at Kensington and Chelsea College, and a change of career.
Jacqueline's work reflects her fascination with the shapes and forms found in nature. As a child, living near the sea and countryside in Scotland, she would collect pebbles, twigs, shells, seed pods and all manner of natural treasures. It is these essential forms that have informed her work many years on. Her designs are stylised impressions from theses memories, cast in silver from original pieces she makes in resin. She also works with glass, embedding tiny glass spheres in vibrant colours, into resin, to create textural pieces that catch the light in an intriguing manner, keeping the onlooker guessing as to the nature of the material.
Jacqueline works solely from her studio in Chiswick, West London, producing small collections.