Jasmine is a director, writer, producer, and actor from Detroit, Michigan. As a narrative filmmaker she has written, directed and produced media for various clients via her company Anawim Productions as well as four narrative films, including her latest, Nain Rouge, which won thesis honors at Columbia University as well as numerous awards for Best Short Film and Best Director at film festivals around the country, including the Uptown/Detroit Independent Film Festival, Great Lakes International Film Festival, the Frankfort Film Festival, the Detroit Windsor International Film Festival, the Lake Michigan Film Competition, and Cinetopia International Film Festival. She is currently working on a new documentary, Sisters in Justice, and her fifth narrative, American Prophet, set in 1968 Detroit to be shot in 2014 as part of a feature-length film. Jasmine is the recipient of the Loreen Arbus Scholarship from the New York Women in Film and Television Organization and was a Junior Professional Media Fellow at the United Nations University. A recipient of the prestigious 2014 Kresge Arts Fellowship Award, she earned her Masters in Fine Arts in Film Directing at Columbia University in the City of New York.