Jazmin was from Guadalajara, Mexico where she studied graphic design and illustration. She moved to Mexico City to study oil painting and printmaking, while working as a cartoonist for a national newspaper. Years and years later she moved to London where she continued to illustrate books.

In Autumn 2005 she joined Greenwich Printmakers Association and later became member of Southbank Printmakers too. Her prints were selected twice for the National Print Exhibition (Originals) and also twice for the Summer Exhibition in the Royal Academy of Arts (2008 – 2009). Her prints are in galleries around the UK.

Jazmin was inspired by the work of Jose Guadalupe Posada, the father of Mexican printmaking, and by Leopoldo Mendez who founded the Taller de la Grafica Popular, the celebrated organisation which produced the posters and pamphlets that brought the Mexican Revolution to its illiterate masses, and created some of the finest graphic art of the 20th century.

Her handmade ceramic collection were a recent departure for Jazmin. Although themes remained similar to her printmaking, the eathenware clay allowed for a more immediate, animated, tactile quality.