Jacqueline's live event illustration work has been a new direction, taking her to other countries and exploring new cultures from Bahrain, Kuwait to Paris and Berlin. Each event varies and her ability to adapt to each new challenge is what drives Jacqueline. Working well under pressure she thrives on meeting and drawing new people.
Mac's 'Art of The Lip' campaign involved smaller, quicker paintings- just under 10 minutes. After having their lips beautiful made up by Mac staff at Westfield, Stratford (London), guests were invited to "sit" for their personal fashion art work. Spontaneously painting part of the face on watercolour paper and focussing on the "sitter's" newly painted lips, Jacqueline produced stunning art work which the guest took home in a Mac folder.
The Middle East events were for Van Cleef & Arpels' store openings in 2015/16. Jacqueline loved working in these prestigious shopping malls- so opulent and luxurious! VC&A requested pencil portraits on their signature card and embossed folders. The card was printed with photos of exquisite new collection pieces, here Jacqueline had to ensure the pencil portraits fit around the image to give the idea that the jewellery was being worn by the guest.
Louis Vuitton commissioned Jacqueline last Christmas as part of their seasonal campaign in Selfridges, London in Dec 2015. She chatted with customers, whilst painting their A3 fashion portraits in her signature black ink and solid coloured lips.
In Paris Spring 2016, Jacqueline enjoyed having Le Bristol Hotel as her studio for the evening to draw elite guests viewing Cartier's beautiful new jewellery and watch collection.
Many other places have commissioned Jacqueline - Atelier Swarovski at The Savoy, Space NK, Warehouse, Selfridges (Manchester), Bourjois and Berlin Fashion Week for Peek & Cloppenburg.
Private clients request Jacqueline to attend birthday parties at The Ritz, Tramp Nightclub, Somerset House, Great Northern Hotel and Claridges. She loves to make the invitees feel special and to truly enjoy their experience, sending them away with their own, very personal art work.