Mickie Klugman-Caspi, the child of two artists, has been creating artwork since early childhood. From finger painting to wood carving to drawing all over the walls of her family's house (in permanent marker), all forms of art were encouraged and celebrated. During college she fell in love with watercolors and calligraphy and married the two together at her own wedding when she created her first ketubah. In addition to ketubot, her thousands of designs have appeared as greeting cards, framed prints, calendars, children's books, bookmarks, magnets, invitations, logos... An outdoor sign designed in the 1980s still adorns the walls of Bimot, an arts ticket agency in Jerusalem. All artwork is produced in the United States.