After graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Hong Kong Baptist University, Janet worked as a producer and graphic designer for a Hong Kong-based creative studio. In 2005, she managed over 70 visual artists from around the world for the first commercial exhibition “Hide & Seek with Hello Kitty” for Sanrio Japan in Hong Kong. In 2007, she arranged interviews with Japanese avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama around her first outdoor installation in Hong Kong, “Dot Obsession”, and gave the exhibition its Chinese title: “萬點迷”. Janet has produced and edited the design books Special Effects (2007), Super Premium (2007), Artist Artshow (2008); design works include “Election 2”(2006) and “Mad Detective” (2007) for Hong Kong film director Johnnie To. She worked at the Hong Kong Design Centre as Assistant Project Manager for media placement and multimedia production of the organization’s anchor event Business of Design Week (BODW) 2008, 2010, 2011 and 2012. In 2012, she was invited by the founders of TEDxKowloon as the founding curator of TEDxKowloon 2012 conference.
In 2014, she was the project manager of “Fundamentally Hong Kong? Delta Four 1984-2044”,Hong Kong Exhibition at the 14th Venice Biennale International Architecture Exhibition. In 3 months time she manage to line-up 4 young directors and 8 architect firm to narrate 4 stories and 8 projects of Hong Kong not only base on the architectural definition of “Broader”, “Connectivity”, “home/community”, “disappearance/remembrance”, but the in-the-moment state of mind of people lead their life within these spaces.
One year later, Janet joined Next Media Group and lead pioneer projects on cross-platform content marketing with VR, AR interactive media seamlessly combines with traditional newspaper and POP via sponsored stories. Award winning project include Go Around Japan with KIT KAT (The Spark Awards for Media Excellence 2016 Best Media Campaign – Mobile : Gold Award; Most Innovative Technology : Bronze Award; Integrated Media : Silver Award).