Jasmine Hetherington-Wilkes is a creative working in the film and television industry.
She is predominantly a Documentary & Commercial’s Director/Editor and has made films for clients such as Coca-Cola, Nespresso, Jameson and Lowe & Partners.
Her previous films have won awards globally from New York to India. After graduating from The Bournemouth Arts University College with a film degree in 2010, she began working with Agile Films and travelled LA to shoot promotional material for her next broadcast documentary idea.
Specialising in travel filmmaking, Jasmine has been working collaboratively with Director Tamara Rosenfeld on various projects including a series of women rights documentaries shot in India, Africa, The Philippines and Brazil.
In 2011 she founded Boko Creative and successfully grew the company landing Boko “Best Creative Brand 2013” in the British Young Business Awards. She is also nominated this year for the Artemis Award in the Natwest Everywoman Awards 2013 and the Princes Trust Celebrate Success Awards 2013.
Recently Jasmine has won a commercials award for charity advert 'Akshaya Patra’, which is now being broadcast in India, is in the post-production stages of her latest short fiction film "The Flower Girl" and was nominated for “best Documentary” in the Limelight 2013 Awards.