A Southern California native, Bridget Duffy earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree at UCLA with further studies at the Art Center College of Design. In the 1980's she was mentored by the highly revered portrait and genre painter, Theodore N. Lukits. After a brief stint as an art director at Leo Burnett Advertising Agency in Chicago, Bridget returned to her first love, painting for the entertainment industry. Since 1983 she has painted for the theatre, feature films, television, commercials, and music videos. Her clients include ABC, NBC, CBS, KCET (PBS Television), Universal Pictures, Paramount Studios, and Warner Brothers. She has worked on the Universal Theme Park in Osaka, Japan in addition to major murals for Aladdin Casino in Las Vegas and custom art for the Marriot Hotels. She is an Artist Member of the California Art Club and a noted journeyman of Local 816 Scenic and Title Artists, of which she has served on the Executive Board.