​​Jasmine Quiñones is an Austin, Texas-based filmmaker and director. Her commercial and film projects are heavily influenced by the rebellious and gritty ethos of her skate culture background. Her creative style is found in the visually inventive and raw expressiveness found in the variety film, tv, and street-culture influences. She’s worked with a variety of clients including Nike, RØDE, Ladder, and Adidas. Jasmine is also a content creator who loves producing educational content for socials, which has gained her a following of almost 50K across TikTok & Instagram. Her short film “Push” (backed by Fujifilm) is a narrative-driven project that explores the friction between self and identity through the lens of one of her favorite sports: skateboarding. This passion project motivated two more micro shorts: “New Year, Same Me” and “The Side Effects of Heartbreak,” which dive deeper into her personal journey via journal entry-style narration. She continues to explore stories about interpersonal relationships through more commercial and narrative film projects. She aims to create work that helps viewers feel empowered to do that one thing they’ve been telling themselves they can’t quite accomplish.