Bridget Sheehan holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Visual Communication from Ball State University. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Fine Arts in Industrial Design at Rochester Institute of Technology. Prior to attending RIT, Bridget lived and worked in Chicago as a freelance graphic designer and as an intern at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum in Chicago. In addition to her professional work, she began honing her woodworking skills by designing and building custom pieces, focusing primarily on furniture. At RIT, Bridget worked as Teaching Assistant to furniture designer Wendell Castle, which led to her employment as an intern/apprentice at Castle’s Scottsville, NY studio. In 2013, Bridget was recognized by world-renowned software company, Autodesk, for her work as a beta-tester for Fusion360.