Jane is an architectural designer, researcher, and writer, interested in spatial practices and critical, historical, conceptual architectural analysis. Being trained in the field of architectural criticism, publishing, curating, exhibition, writing, and research, her recent work focuses on the intersection of architecture, politics, and sociology, particularly, the spatial implications of post-colonialism and nationalism in Thailand.

Her alma maters include Chulalongkorn University (INDA) and Columbia University (GSAPP). At Chulalongkorn University, Jane received her Bachelor’s of Science in Architectural Design with First Class Honors and was a recipient of the Design Excellence Award. At Columbia University, she earned a master’s degree in Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture (MS.CCCP), was appointed as a History/Theory teaching assistant to Professor Mary McLeod, and was awarded the William Kinne Fellows Prize upon graduation.

She is currently an adjunct professor at the International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA) at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, and has taught History+Theory of Architecture, Contemporary Theory + Ideology of Architecture, Southeast Asian Architecture, and second-year Design Studio courses. She has been a guest critic at Parsons School of Design, Rhode Island School of Design, Donghua University & University of Edinburgh’s Shanghai International College of Fashion and Innovation, Master of Architecture Program at Chulalongkorn University, et al. In addition to teaching and research work, she currently leads a real estate management company, is involved in designing and managing multiple ongoing construction projects, and takes a part-time management position for a multidisciplinary architecture firm A-Seven Corporation on project direction and company development.