Jacobi received her MFA in Metalsmithing and Jewelry Design from Texas Tech University, and she incorporates this background into her sculptural approach. Her love of details and fine craftsmanship appear in her work, as well as her passion for art that possesses meaning and narrative.
Working on design work for the foundry, Jacobi specializes in fine detail work. Her bakground in jewelry design easily lends itself towards delicate or precise detailing.
Jacobi exhibits her art nationally, and selected exhibitions include Jewelry + Objects, hosted by the Michigan Silversmiths Guild in Mt. Clemon, Michigan, The Art of Fine Craft, at the Elder Gallery at The University of Nebraska, Analogous, at the Runnels Gallery at Eastern New Mexico University, and CraftTEXAS at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Her work is in the collections of The University of Texas at Austin and the Louise Hopkins Underwood Collection, and appears in the Lark publication 500 Earrings.