Born in France and raised in Canada, Jacqueline knew from a very young age that she would be an artist. Spending all her free time painting,she found inspiration in virtually everything that surrounded her. A trip to France at a young age exposed her to a more profound appreciation of art. This lead to a more mature body of work which saw her being accepted into the Ontario College of Art and Design where her love of painting was nurtured. Jacqueline's time there introduced her to other media such as photography, intaglio and serigraphy which impacted greatly on her painting sensibility. After graduating from OCAD, she worked primarily on a freelance basis doing graphic design and portrait commissions.. In 2009 she joined her local arts group and began teaching there, serving as vice-president of Visual Arts Brampton from 2010-2013. It was there that she was introduced to coloured pencil, a medium she quickly embraced. After being accepted into the Colored Pencil Society of America's "Explore This!7" exhibit, she became a member of that group as well. She became an exhibiting member of the Wellington Artists’ Gallery in 2011.
Jacqueline has work in private collections in France, the UK and Canada.