Jane began making faces and playing with color at a young age. While her ability to sculpt was not in the cards, her parents were able to enjoy the paintings she created. Her love of art eventually sent her to West Virginia University where she majored in art history. During her four years she discovered she had an eclectic mind that longed for a new medium. She found her inspiration in New York City and the faces that populate it. Jane currently spends her days making up women all over the city, working on set for photo shoots, and day-dreaming.
25th and Jane are the cross-streets of where she was in life when she needed a renovation. They are also the names of actual streets on which her "Janetrification" officially began and continues to this day.