AUDREY & MICHELLE
The heart behind Huck and Pippa.
Audrey and Michelle met in graduate school at The University of Montevallo. Both recently graduated with a Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology.
Throughout their time in graduate school Audrey and Michelle shared a love for art, as well as speech therapy. It was only a matter of time before their love for animals, creativity, and desire to help others made them best of friends.
H&P is named after both their pets: Huck (Audrey's dog) and Pippa (Michelle's cat). H&P developed over time and it is an answered prayer to have this dream turn into reality. Praise the Lord!
Huck and Pippa's desire is to glorify the Lord. Audrey and Michelle hope to bring art that shows the beauty of our Savior. This company is based on prayer and the Lord's will. H&P was created to bring people artwork, while spreading the love of Christ.
Michelle Dailey is a native of Trussville, Alabama and currently resides there with her husband JP and their cat/child, Pippa. She received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University and recently graduated from the University of Montevallo with a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology. Michelle grew up in an artistic family and has loved painting, drawing and crafting for as long as she can remember. Being a speech pathologist allows Michelle to carry out her passion for helping others while also allowing time for creativity.
Audrey Meadows is a Birmingham native. She recently moved to her new hometown of Florence, Alabama with her three best friends, Wilson (husband), Huck (english springer spaniel) and Kitty (munchkin cat). Audrey attended Auburn University where she received her bachelor's degree. She attended graduate school at the University of Montevallo where she received a Masters in Speech Language Pathology. Audrey currently works in the Muscle Shoals City School System at the preschool and elementary schools as an SLP. Audrey has always loved art and helping people. She chose speech therapy as her career in order to cater to both.