Drawing pictures filled endless hours as an only child growing up in the French Quarter, and Jane’s mother and grandparents encouraged it. Art was the lifeline that helped her survive, and she created her first business logos while working at a print shop in the 1980s. A few years later, she earned a B.A. in graphic design, working in digital and traditional media. The need for artists dwindled, and Jane went freelance, painting signs for businesses, murals, designing ads, logos, and illustrating stories. In 2003, her return to New Orleans led to making connections in the artist community. Jane creates custom watercolor paintings, and she designed posters for the Bayou Boogaloo, the Satchmo SummerFest, the Algiers Tricentennial, and more. Jane also worked as a prop designer and set decorator for films and television shows filmed in New Orleans. Jane’s work is on display in the RHINO Contemporary Crafts Company gallery in New Orleans, and she is always interested in new ideas.