Born in Murwillumbah, Northern New South Wales, Jasmine is a descendant of the Gubbi Gubbi people in South East Queensland. In her final year of studies at NAISDA College, 1988, she performed with the Aboriginal & Islander Dance Theatre in Melbourne, Germany and Finland. She also undertook a three-month secondment with the Melbourne company Danceworks, under the direction of Nanette Hassall.
Jasmine is a Founding Member Bangarra Dance Theatre, joining the company when it was established in 1989 and dancing with the company for two years. In 1991-92, she was Course Coordinator at NAISDA College before joining the Aboriginal Islander Dance Theatre as a Company Member (1993-95) and then as a Guest Artist.
In 1996-97, she was based in Alice Springs, teaching in schools in remote communities. She choreographed two pieces for CAAMA's TV music series Corroboree Rock, and a primary school production that she choreographed and co-directed at the Araluen Arts Centre. Upon her return to Sydney, she took up a position with AIDT. During her time there, she choreographed a piece for the 1998 Indigenous dance conference in Adelaide; and danced in the AIDT collaboration with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall for the Festival of the Dreaming and also performed in the Sydney 2000 Olympics Opening Ceremony.
In 1998, she rejoined Bangarra as a Performer and Cultural Coordinator for Dance Clan, and then became Rehearsal Director, Assistant Artistic Director, and Company Manager. Jasmine choreographed and performed at Uluru for ABC TV's Today 2000, an event that took place on the first day of 2000.
Jasmine is currently the Artistic Coordinator at NAISDA Dance College.