Jacqueline Buttice has lived her life in the arts. Born in Los Angeles, she grew up in the record business surrounded by an ever changing musical and artistic landscape. This heavily influenced not only her interest in technology but a love of electronic music leading to the creation of her band ShE~RaWk
Longing for other women to join her in her artistic and technological endeavors, she decided to go back to school to inspire the next generation of female digital artists in hopes of teaching them how to be hackers/inventors and creators.
In 2012, she started her MFA in Design and Technology at San Francisco Art Institute where she studied under Lynn Hershmann Leeson and Letiticia Sonami.
After graduating with honors, Jacqueline relocated to Seattle where she recently cofounded the Guild of Friendly Women-- a peer-based learning group and social club for women.
Currently Jacqueline spends her time creating in her studio, working as a web consultant for various clients around the globe and teaching at Seattle University.