ABOUT US

BRIDGETTE MONGEON & CHRISTINA SIZEMORE

BRIDGETTE MONGEON

SCULPTOR | WRITER

Bridgette is a notable artist, writer, and speaker. Before she began her career as an artist, she worked in advertising and marketing. Using the tools she learned along the way, combined with her insatiable hunger for knowledge, helped her grow her business and notoriety. A born storyteller, she often teaches by example and through stories. Creating is her life, but helping others to be the best they can be gives her deep satisfaction.

Marketing appears to be generational as she is the mother of Christina Sizemore—our other instructor, and gloriously in love with her role as a grandmother.

Bridgette Mongeon Marketing Classes
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CHRISTINA (CHRIS) SIZEMORE

MARKETER | DESIGNER | ARTIST | WRITER

Christina Sizemore is a marketing consultant by day and a multimedia artist by night. She holds a degree in advertising and a certification in fine art.

She is passionate about helping small businesses reach their full potential by arming them with the marketing tools to succeed. Growing up with an artist mother (Bridgette) and as an artist herself she has a huge place in her heart for the art community.

Elements of life, creation and nature find their way into her art on a regular basis. Her life’s work is fueled by a passion for mental health awareness as she works through anxiety and PTSD of her own. These are common themes in her writing which can be found on her Stronger Than Fire blog.

She lives in Houston, Texas with her husband, daughter and black lab.

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY?

KIND WORDS FROM OUR AMAZING STUDENTS

"I left the room with the certainty that if fame and fortune were going to be mine, it would only occur if I took the bull by the horns, and you showed me not only where the bull was but how to get the horns, as well."

— MARY ERBERT
Art Enthusiast

"This workshop is a necessity for every practicing artist and student. I commend Ms. Mongeon on the development of such a resource."

— DAVID HICKMAN
Professor, University of Houston