Art Director

Jane Sherman designs covers, features, and various departments in Seattle Met. One of her many joys in life is working closely with talented illustrators and photographers to create images that enhance and complement the magazine’s editorial content.

She was born in Minneapolis—it’s a lot like Seattle but flatter, and decidedly snowier—and lived there until moving to Seattle in 2007. She cut her teeth in editorial design doing the weekly grind, first as associate art director at City Pages in Minneapolis and eventually producing hundreds of covers—one a week for several years—at Seattle Weekly (some of them even won an award or two). 

In her spare time you might find Jane at the dog park with her coonhound Watson, taking a pottery class, drawing, or more likely taking a nap.

Liquid Assets

Seattle Restaurants Need These Takeout Cocktail Kits As Much as Customers Do

The state made DIY cocktail kits legal for the duration of quarantine. Clearly they're filling a need.

04/03/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

Safety First

How a Washington Ice Cream Producer Joined the State’s Mask-Making Machine

Locals are stepping up to mitigate the shortage of PPE.

04/01/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

Care Bears

This Seattle Bear Hunt Map Keeps Kids' Tantrums at Bay

A national movement, distilled into one handy Google map.

03/31/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

HOLDING DOWN THE FORTE

Seattle Is Making a Joyful Noise, and It's Perfect

#MakeAJoyfulNoise brings the city together in cacophonous support of frontline workers. We all need it.

03/27/2020 By Zoe Sayler

STEP INTO MY OFFICE

7 Tips for Working from Home

Struggling with productivity while working from your couch? We're here to help.

03/27/2020 By Seattle Met Staff

Chow Time

Here's How Seattle Schools Are Keeping Kids Fed Right Now

More families in need are seeking out school lunch pickup. Up next, childcare and learning plans.

03/26/2020 By Marisa Comeau-Kerege

Dais Details

A Guide to Recognizing Your Coronavirus Briefing Saints

Who are all those people at the podium?

03/25/2020 By James Ross Gardner

Coronavirus Chronicles

‘Immunocompromised’ and the Burden of Chronic Illness During a Pandemic

How an esoteric catch-all highlights, and heightens, the uncertainties of a broad population.

03/24/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

Living Room Lessons

A List of Resources for Home Learning

Seattle Public Schools videos, Khan Academy courses, and other tools, just in case you don’t want to watch Frozen all day.

03/24/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

Noodle News

How Coronavirus Hurts a Local Chinese Restaurant

Xi'an Noodles is just one example of how reduced contact and misconceptions have led to revenue losses.

03/11/2020 By Marisa Comeau-Kerege

PERFECT PARTY

The Most Interesting People In Seattle This Month

If we could throw a perfect party, we'd invite these folks.

03/02/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

EDITOR'S NOTE

Honey, We Shrunk the Magazine

Notice anything new about the latest Seattle Met issue?

02/25/2020 By Allecia Vermillion

E-Pocalypse

The Macy's in Downtown Seattle Has Closed

The iconic department store at 300 Pine is the city's latest brick-and-mortar to shutter.

02/24/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

BEHIND THE SCENES

Too Much on Your Plate

How this year's brunch package came to life.

12/23/2019 By Jane Sherman

LET US PROPOSE A TOAST

A Perfect Party with a Star Soccer Coach and a Teenaged Climate Activist

Plus, the Pulitzer winner, museum trailblazer, and patient turned medical director who round out the month’s most distinguished locals and visitors.

12/23/2019 By Rosin Saez

Feature

God Save the Punks: Mars Hill, Tooth and Nail, and Seattle’s Christian Alternative

How Seattle music helped turn an oxymoron into big business.

12/23/2019 By Stefan Milne

TOTES DISMAYED

We'll Miss First and Pike News. But At Least We Have a Tote.

It figures: Seattle's iconic First and Pike newsstand shutters Dec 31, and its totes are hotter than ever.

12/19/2019 By Zoe Sayler

TREND

In Seattle, Mall Food Goes Local

Forget the food court. Shopping centers around the region are reinventing themselves as destination dining.

11/26/2019 By Allecia Vermillion

EXPLAINER

Macy’s Landmark Store Is Closing for Good

The storied retailer at Fourth and Pine shutters in February. Both its iconic star and holiday tradition lose some luster.

11/26/2019 By Ryan Phelan

NEWSMAKERS

A Perfect Party with a Champion Bull Rider and a Magical Labradoodle

Here’s who else we’d invite if we could entertain November’s most interesting visitors and locals.

11/26/2019 By Rosin Saez Illustrations by Jane Sherman