Digital Arts Fellow // Center For Design Innovation
An intuitive visual artist, writer, and craftswoman, Jasmine Huff started her career early. As the product of an artistic family, she exhibited and sold her art, photography and jewelry in her family’s gallery, Huff Art Studio when she was only five years old. At nineteen she graduated from Salem College where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Film and Media Studies. She continued her studies at Northwestern University where she graduated with a Master of Fine Arts in Documentary Media in 2016. With a desire to keep things fresh and continue to expand her versatile portfolio, Jasmine now divides her time between exhibiting her work, freelancing as a photographer and filmmaker, co-running Huff Art Studio, and teaching media studies courses.
At The Center of Design Innovation, Jasmine is Digital Arts Fellow working on several CDI projects. Currently she is the Digital Curator for The Ones Who Stayed project, Marketing Manager for the Present Absence Project which will launch in Spring of 2021, and Brand Manager for the EDdesign Studio.
Thesis Documentary: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow, Screened At Northwestern University.