Jessica "Amber" Blaine Egbert is majoring in studio arts at Brigham Young Unviersity. She received her associate's degree in music performance, education, and therapy at Brigham Young University-Idaho in 1994.
In 2014, she was able to attend a week-long pottery workshop in Taos, New Mexico, dedicated to teaching the traditional hand-building methods of the Pueblo Acoma Native Americans. She and the other attendees from BYU collaborated to create pieces by those traditions, and then displayed the pieces in a gallery in the library on campus. The project was funded by the Laycock Center.