Wulff attended the Cooper School of Art in Cleveland, Ohio and subsequently worked as a graphic artist for 18 years.
A comics fan, Wulff co-founded the Elfquest fanzine "Sendings" (1998-2000), which brought her artwork to the attention of Richard Pini and Barry Blair. She wrote and pencilled the special collector's edition Elfquest ashcan comic book "Pack Mates" with children's illustrator Nicole Tadgell.
Richard Pini used one of Wulff's drawings for the cover of the Elfquest anthology #28, in 1998. The cover was nominated for the 1998 R.A.C. Squiddy award for best cover artist. That same year, Wulff penciled a pin-up of Blair's Hawk and Windblade characters which was inked by Blair and colored by Colin (Chan) Walbridge. The pin-up appeared in issue #1 of Legend of the Elflord. This introduction began a three year collaboration between Blair, Walbridge and Wulff on the titles: Legend of the Elflord, Lynx, Sapphire, Dick Sweeney, Demon Hunter, Dark Island and Sno.
Wulff primarily lettered the comics and helped with some of the inking. She also did some production work for the Editions Paquet publication of Mutant Aliens by Bill Plympton.
Wulff exited the comic book industry in 2002. She is currently a freelance writer and artist, who creates and sells comic-style paintings of her original yelodoggie character.