Harlem-born and raised resident Jasmine Scriven has made a name for herself in photography and cinema. Her artistic journey would first bud when receiving a Canon Rebel T3i in the fourth grade shooting skits with her brother, Miles Davis. She honed her passion for the arts in IB Film at the United Nations International School where Ms. Lipkind and Mr. Digregorio helped Jasmine find a place of belonging. Through programs at Savannah College of Art and Design and Tisch School of the Arts, she created films, made long-lasting connections, and found her true calling as a creative director.

Jasmine soon found her way to Ithaca College, where she received her BFA in Film, Photography, and Visual Arts and a BA in Race, Power, and Resistance. The result of taking these two majors culminated in international accolades such as the Grand Prix award from the United For Peace Film Festival for Black Futures (2021), a short film questioning what it means to be a young black activist in the 21st century. 

As an Administrative Aide at New York University: Tisch School of the Arts, she is delighted to give back to the younger generations of artists and learn from the well-seasoned ones, too.
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