Jazmin's deceptively simple images combine skills in graphic design, printing, engraving and embroidery. Originally from Guadalajara, Mexico, early training in illustration was followed by studies in painting and printmaking in Mexico City.
Her move to England, provides Jazmin with a rich source of material. She turns her acute eye to particular peculiarities of English life, and universal confusions between the sexes.
Influences from her Mexican heritage include popular 19 century prints by Jose Guadalupe Posada. Folk Art paper cutouts evolve into elegant black Regency silhouettes. From Saul Steinberg, another artistic 'forbear' she inherits the line which connects and confounds the characters which inhabit her unique imagery.
Jazmin is a member of the Royal Society of Printmakers, has exhibited widely, and twice been included in the Royal Academy Summer Show.