This website features the portfolio of post-production artist Jasmine Pasquill and will soon provide documentation of some of her personal creative works. In a few instances the works featured here were collaborative works via various post-production studios, all parties involved in the making of an image have been credited in those instances.
After her formal studies in digital media at university, in 2004, Pasquill moved to NYC. She then entered the realm of aesthetic image making for high fashion/art photography via training with Gloss Studio, Color Edge and Art + Commerce, which amounted to many years working with the pictures of the world’s most interesting and prolific fashion photographers, like Steven Meisel and Glen Luchford and Inez + Vinoodh and others. An expert colorist, her work has landed in the pages of acclaimed fashion magazines; from a swath of international Vogue magazines, the more avant-garde sect like Numéro and i-D, billboard projects from Paris to Mexico City, as well as collaborations with underground musicians for press and cover art. After two decades in the field of digital media and post-production, one might say (for better and for worse) that Jasmine’s second home is Adobe Photoshop.
Jasmine Pasquill is a Brooklyn-based multi-media artist, an independent curator of live performance, performance/movement artist, sonic experimenter, vocalist, and is currently exploring choreography. Her early drawing works have been shown at Kantor-Feuer Gallery, 31 Grand and with a solo show at Show Pony, a now defunct gallery/boutique with a cult following. Her performances have taken place in beloved and sacred places: Zebulon, Tarot Society, Center for Performance Research, Magick City, Park Church Co-Op, San Damiano Mission Church and the Convent of St. Cecilia. Currently, Pasquill is working on an evening-length dance and sound work with her partner, dance artist/ choreographer, Suzan Polat from Turkey.
As an independent curator, Pasquill has assembled the Experimental Greenpoint Series, a curatorial project that lasted several years and featured performances by sound artists, musicians and dance artists in her Greenpoint, Brooklyn home. This program had the opportunity to expand and travel outside the city in 2012 for the inaugural launch of The Last Weekend, Upstate NY, now Ontopo: designed for and run by NYC’s cultural makers and doers. Her other curatorial credits include Merge: An Audio Visual Trip (2015) NY, The Mirror of Us All (2013) NY, New York Group Show for Source: Maui Interactive Music Festival (2011) HI, Frenetic Grace (2007) Igloo Gallery, OR.