Jasmin is a ScreenSkills Edit Trainee based in the Midlands. Her latest credit is Horrible Histories: The Movie. She has experience transcoding dailies in DaVinci Resolve, importing and syncing rushes in Avid Media Composer as well as exporting cuts for upload, track laying temp sound effects and temp VFX editing including keying and compositing. Jasmin also has extensive knowledge of Adobe Premiere Pro having edited a fashion web series and a number of short films. She is a BRIT School and Ravensbourne Alumna.
Winner of the Blockbuster Award 2017
Where's My Mind?
Official Selection at Screentest Film Festival 2016
Ways of Seeing
Winner of Golden Obie Award for Best Short Film 2014
Ways of Seeing
Special Mention at WJEC Moving Image Awards (2014) and I Filmmaker International Film Festival (2015)
Dean Peckett, Director of Broadcast and Digital Communication Department at The BRIT School (2010-2014)
"Jasmin is extremely hard-working, committed, enthusiastic, calm, helpful and supportive - great assets in team-work situations when deadlines loom and leadership is required. She is an extremely reliable person and she will always meet her commitments – when she says it, she does it! Jasmin is a dedicated young film-maker who has produced high-quality work – already winning two awards at The BRIT School as the best in her year group. She can only get better and better…."
, Nia Reynolds, Black Stock Films
"There is a reason why Jasmin is an award-winning young filmmaker - she is very focused and committed. It is refreshing to come across a young person who is so on point."
Shurleene Anderson, Director of Just Performers
"Jasmin is a wonderful, hard-working, passionate and dedicated filmmaker. She has used her Godgiven talent to support Just Performers, a drama company in Croydon and the young people on the course. She has given up her own free time to volunteer and this has shown how passionate she is. She is truly a pleasure to work with and will take the film industry by storm. Her narratives and concepts are truly innovative."
Rebecca Sterry, Operations and Communications Manager at The National Migraine Centre (2014)
"It was a pleasure to work with Jasmin on her migraine documentary at National Migraine Centre. Her approach was extremely mature and professional and was even commented upon by the volunteers that took part in the filming. She was well prepared and researched leading up to the filming and continued to keep us updated on her plans and progress throughout. I am sure she has a bright future ahead of her."
Yasmin Choudhury, founder of Lovedesh & Amcariza Foundation
"Jasmin worked on a short term fashion project for Lovedesh in Summer 2013. Her enthusiasm was infectious. I found her highly professional, easy to work with and very calm with a great attitude. She was under 18 then and more mature than many of her older counter parts. I sincerely believe she would be a great addition to any team."