Jasmin is a Film and TV Editor based in the Midlands.
She is also the Founder & CEO of Black Women In Post Production (BWIPP), a network for Black/Black mixed heritage women and non-binary creatives working or looking to work in Film and TV Post Production.
Jasmin is a fervent advocate for championing diversity in the industry and regularly speaks on panels and at Universities.
Breaking Into Post Production Part 2: Continuing The Conversation. (BECTU and The Rough Assembly)
Female Editors: A New Frontier – Trailblazing Women off screen (LSBU and British Film Editors)
Diversity in Post Production (Channel 4) Read about the panel here.
Be You Festival – Thaw that frozen middle: Stories from outside the M25
First Class BA (Hons) Digital Film Production
School for Social Entrepreneurs Fellow
BRIT School and Ravensbourne Alumna
ScreenSkills HETV Leaders of Tomorrow (2022-present)
Edinburgh TV Festival’s Ones To Watch 2023
“You definitely have a natural talent as an editor, your sense of timing, pace and emotion is something that has come to you without lots of experience. I was honestly shocked when you told me how little you’ve assembled. I would have thought you’d been doing it for years.”— Al Morrow ACE, Editor
“Jasmin and I worked together on the BFI Film Academy project running at HOME arts centre in Manchester. Jasmin delivered a post-production workshop with a group of 18 young filmmakers, teaching them all about post-production and the editing software. Jasmin was wonderful with the young people; she was calm, patient and concise. She made sure to explain everything clearly and was brilliant at adapting her instructions to all the different levels of need and experience that we had within the group. Jasmin then edited the film for us, and she was so reliable; it was fantastic to know that I could hand this big task over to her, with a tight deadline, and feel completely confident that she would get the job done to a high standard and on time. Jasmin was great at communicating, always getting back to me promptly. She took any notes I had on the edit and executed them efficiently and effectively. It’s been a pleasure having Jasmin on this project and I look forward to collaborating with her again in the future.”— Isobel Glenton – Project Producer, BFI Film Academy Manchester