Born and raised in Northeast Louisiana, artist Jessica Vandervoort exhibited a talent for the arts since she could pick up a crayon without trying to eat it, winning multiple awards and receiving recognition as a talented artist from kindergarten to senior year in high school. In 2001, Jessica moved to Houston, Texas where she attended the Art Institute of Houston to major in graphic design.
With over 10 years experience, Jessica has created a diverse portfolio that includes web, video, interactive media, advertising design, illustration, and brand identity. She currently serves as the multimedia specialist for Pasadena ISD where she manages the district website and creates videos that have earned TSPRA Star Awards including Best of Category for digital presentation.
In her free time Jessica is very active in the local Houston arts community. She has been an artist in the Via Colori Street Painting Festival since its debut in 2006 and took home the 3rd place prize for her participation in the Bayou City Arts Festival Art on Water sculpture contest in 2009. You can also spot her at the annual Houston Art Car Parade riding shotgun in “The Green Meanie,” a vintage VW Super Bus lovingly restored and painted by Jessica and husband Robert Vandervoort.