Student, Wellesley College, 1930-1932; Bachelor, Barnard College, 1934; postgraduate, National Academy Design, 1934-1936; postgraduate, Art Students League, 1938.
Head art department, artist in residence Briarcliff Junior College, Briarcliff Manor, New York, 1936-1940. Member staff directions in American painting exhibit Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, 1942-1944. Assistant art director Young & Rubicam Incorporated, New York York City, 1946-1950.
Painting instructor Westchester County Workshop, White Plains, New York, 1961-1963. Chair fine arts and exhibition Mamaroneck (New York ) Library., 1950-1988. Co-chair Emelin Theatre Street Fair, Mamaroneck, 1975-1981.
Fine arts advisor, artist in residence Village of Mamaroneck, since 1977.
Charter president Mamaroneck History Society, 1980-1982, trustee emerita, since 1980. 1st chair Landmarks Advisory Committee Village of Mamaroneck, 1982-1992, co-chair cherry blossom festival centennial committee, since 1993. Trustee Friends of Wildlife Sanctuary, Rye, New York, since 1990.
Founding president Mamaroneck Artists Guild, 1953-1955. Founding secretary Westchester Society Archeological Institute of America, 1976-1978. Member American Watercolor Society, Rockport Art Association (Longfellow award 1944), Federated Conservationists of Westchester County (Certified of Appreciation 1991), Daughters of the American Revolution (conservation chair 1982-1988).
Married Cresson Pugh, September 21, 1940. 1 child, Gigi Grace Huntley Pugh Sundstrom.