Jacqueline studied at the South End School of Art in England where she graduated with honors. She started her career on the design team as a fashion illustrator for Windsmoor of London.
After moving to the United States she worked as staff illustrator for Lane Publishing. She decided to spread her wings and was soon represented as a portrait and figurative illustrator and painter in New York by Irmeli Holmberg and in Los Angeles and San Francisco by Kathy Braun.
Her work has been commissioned or acquired by an extensive list of prominent corporations and individuals including Oprah Winfrey, Visa, Apple, Time Life, Chevron, the David Packard Foundation, the San Francisco Davies Symphony, Admiral Cruises, Amdahl, Charles Crug and Mondavi Wineries, Oracle, Syntex, the Boston Globe, Hewlett Packard, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Revlon, Nintendo, Atari Corporation, Capital Records, Del Monte Corporation, Women’s World, and El Paseo Nuevo in Santa Barbara.
Jacqueline has been represented by Deborah Hudgens Gallery in Santa Fe, Moxley-Ross-Naranjo Gallery in Santa Fe, Post Impressionist Gallery in San Francisco, Winters Gallery in Carmel, and the Belgravia Gallery in London.