Content. Creative direction on editing, layout and composition. Archival content and image research and sourcing.
Hudson Valley. Brooklyn. Los Angeles. In that order.
Janet writes for a variety of publications on topics ranging from interiors and the arts, to the vaguely political, to food, and the occasional extreme sport. Much of her work comes with a strong focus on her design background. She also covers lifestyle and travel as Editor at Large for The Tidalist.
Through the industry's well-documented love of coffee table books, she was introduced to the publishing world and has had the opportunity to work with renowned publishing houses on fashion, interiors, food and fine art.
She has collaborated on and supported interior design projects up and down the east coast, primarily in Manhattan and the Hamptons, at firms such as Pembrooke & Ives, Timothy Brown Studio and Stewart Manger Design.
Janet's work in color theory and aesthetics began with the beauty industry, where she established FACE Stockholm's PRO Team in New York and spent years with red carpet clients and backstage at shows before moving into interiors. After training in French embroidery on a pig farm outside Nuremburg, Germany under the same artisans who create passementerie for Louis Vuitton and Chanel, she fell in love with textiles and design. During her time at Holland & Sherry, ("The finest cloths in the world"), she was an integral member of the design and development team while crafting the overall vision of HS Bespoke at the Elizabeth Street Gallery.