When a class at Bullseye Resource Center Bay Area lists its instructor as "Bullseye Staff", that means the class will be taught by one of our full-time staff.

Meet the Bay Area Staff:

Bryce Gaspard is the manager at Bullseye Resource Center Bay Area. He earned his BFA in photography at Savannah College of Art & Design in 2011. Following graduation, Gaspard returned home to Louisiana to work for various art festivals in New Orleans before moving to the West Coast. His interest in traditional film photography has guided his work to highlight the importance of process and tangibility within various mediums.

Julie Walker has a love for process and experimentation in her art, always searching for the magic within every day. Her background in printmaking made for a seamless transition into the world of kiln glass. After graduating from the Art Institute of Chicago with a focus in printmaking & sculpture, she moved back to her homeland of the Bay Area where she became a studio instructor at Bullseye. When Julie's not playing with glass, she designs props and costumes for an immersive theater group and prints garments in her home/studio.

Jennica Petersen received a BA from the University of Santa Cruz California in History of Art and Visual Culture. Jennica loves to apply her studies of motif, movements and culture to her personal art. She specializes in two dimensional arts: drawing, painting, printmaking and mixed media. Her teaching background is in therapeutic arts and art consultation. She joined the Bullseye Bay Area team in 2017.

Michael Spiegelhalter is a self-taught artist who has worked in a variety of materials and formats. Before Bullseye, Michael worked with recycled glass designing and producing lines of jewelry, housewares and sculpture. He spends most of his free time taking things apart (technology, concepts, identities) and riding the knee of the learning curve.