Janet Mayer was born in Shrewsbury, England and was raised on a farm in the Shropshire countryside. She went on to start her professional training as a dancer at the age of 16 after receiving a scholarship at The Hammond School Chester.
In 2010 she graduated with a National Diploma in professional dance, and later graduated from Middlesex University London with a BA Honour’s in Professional Practice of the Arts and has over 10 years experience as a professional dancer & model with an outstanding performance career.
Her talents have taken her all over the world appearing in international campaigns & runway shows. To performing on Cruise Ships, Casinos, Festivals, International Tours, Music Videos, Commercials, TV Shows, Live Theatrical Performances, and luxury corporate events.
Since then, Janet has applied her love of dance, fashion and art towards a career in choreography, creative direction and stage direction, establishing herself as one of two creative and highly visionary brands dedicated to content creation & high end performances for artists and audiences worldwide.
Dancer credits include- Windsor Castle ( by appointment to her majesty) Vogue Italia, The Royal Albert Hall, Cannes Film Festival, London Fashion Week, ITV Dancing On Ice, Good Morning Britain BBC Lip Sync Battle UK, Cafe De Paris, Proud Cabaret Jean Ann Ryan Productions, Proud Cabaret, 4Music, The Crazy Paris Show Macau, The Windmill Theatre Picadilly, The Savoy, Coca Cola, Charlotte Tilbury, Miss Moneypenny's Birmingham Symphony Hall, Holi One Festival, EE Mobile, Monaco Grand Prix, VIP Room Paris, Monaco, Cannes and a World Tour onboard the Costa Deliziosa just to name a few .
Model credits include- Jean Paul Gaultier, British Vogue, Paris Vogue, Vogue Italia, Elle, Grazia, Show Studio, Fashion TV, Fenty Beauty by Rihanna, Marc Jacobs, Naomi Campbells final 24 in the UK series of The Face, Sky TV, London Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week, Sticks & Stones, Paper Magazine, Kaltblut, Fashion Scout, Thomas Knights RED HOT.Wella Hair, VID Fashion Scout, Paul Stafford and Charles Worthington.