Born in Buenos Aires, Jasmine is an artist whose award-winning work has been exhibited worldwide and was acquired for both private and public collections. Between 2010-2016 she worked at the Centro Cultural de la Memoria Haroldo Conti, which belongs to the Argentine Ministry of Human Rights. The center is situated in the infamous ESMA, a building that used to house the main concentration/clandestine detention centre during the dictatorship and is now a cultural and art space for memory and education. Jasmine worked in the Photography Department, which archives and exhibits photographs from the period, and carries out photography workshops in marginalized areas and women's prisons. In 2014 she was chosen to be an artist-in-residence at POLIN: Museum of the History of Polish Jews, where her photographs became part of the museum’s private collection and where she later participated in various exhibitions. That same year she developed Proyecto Coordenadas-Photography in Public Spaces-Buenos Aires. She holds a B.F.A. from Concordia University in Montreal, where she majored in photography with a minor in psychology, and recently completed an M.A. in visual arts-public sphere from the École Cantonale d’art du Valais- Switzerland, writing her thesis on photography and memory in Argentina, Canada, and Poland. Supported by Asylum Arts, Jasmine is collaborating with the Forum for Dialogue in Warsaw to create a memorial with public school students in Pacanów, Poland. She currently lives in Berlin where she works for the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation to promote Jewish schools in Eastern Europe.