Lane was born in Northwest Germany and grew up in a small village.
As a teenager in the 1990s, they started getting interested in different kinds of music, and also playing guitar and singing.
Lane did a two week internship at a sound studio in Oldenburg for profession orientation when they were 17 years old. They would have liked to become an audio-engineer after finishing school. But at the time, it didn’t work out due to different reasons.
Lane was living in Oldenburg for six years, where they joined a group that set up DIY concerts in a well equipped self-organized centre. This is where Lane had the chance to get in touch with live sound, and gathered experiences in the following years.
In 2007 Lane moved to Bremen where they restarted playing guitar after a break. They started playing and singing in bands which became an important part of their life.
In Bremen Lane joined a queer-feminist collective that sets up DIY concerts and kept gathering experiences in doing live sound occasionally.
In 2016 Lane moved to Berlin where they joined SoundSysters. From 2017 to 2019, Lane was trained in audio engineering at the SAE Institute Berlin, fulfilling a long-standing dream. During their training Lane specialized in recording and mixing in music production, and post-production for film.
After graduating Lane started working as supervisor in the audio department of SAE Institute. Also, Lane teaches audio engineering at Berlin-based Street College and works on various projects.