Jasmine Amelia Murray is a Bedford-based narrative photographer, specialising in Social Commentary. She has carved a niche in using a conceptual approach to produce interpretation through uncanny, posable dolls which comments on the phenomena of the curated self.
Since her HND in 2015 Jasmine has been exploring a personal interest in sights and visions of the world around her, exploring hows she sees the world without vision correcting spectacles in a series called "Through My Eyes", miniature worlds with tiny toy figurines, as well as manipulating light, refraction, reflections and distortions.
In 2019 she topped up her HND to a BA in Photography graduating with a First Class Honours, honing her specialism of Social Commentary, which notes and records how aesthetic values change over time. It questions, critiques, comments, and recycles, but also projects and visualises, depicting a curated narrative.