Jasmine has spent much of the last few years abroad, filming Channel 4's award-winning show A Place in the Sun - Home or Away, and has filmed over 200 episodes all over the world. From Bavaria to Barbados, Sydney to Slovenia and Tobago to Tenerife, no stone has been left unturned on her quest to travel the globe and find the best properties for her house-hunters.
Since 2004 when Jasmine was selected from hundreds of applicants to present A Place in the Sun – Home or Away, it has gone from strength to strength. Recently nominated for RTS and Broadcast awards and winner of a prestigious TRIC award, it has proven to be extremely popular in it's prime slot as part of Channel 4's Friday evening line-up, where it has more than doubled previous ratings.
The programme is also broadcast daily on More4, Discovery Real Time and Travel & Living, as well as channels throughout Europe and the rest of the world, some as far-reaching as New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. She is a natural and popular presenter who represents a generation of stylish, 30-something women.
Jasmine has also featured in property, travel and health & fitness programmes for GMTV, This Morning, The Travel Channel and Wedding TV. Jasmine also presenter a very personal BBC1 documentary 'My Hoarder Mum which proved so popular she followed it up with a series called Me' called 'Britain's Biggest Hoarders'. She helps some of the country's worst hoarders to begin the journey of letting go, and continues with her attempts to overcome her own Mother's compulsive hoarding.
Jasmine is an in-demand writer and commentator on topics such as overseas property, travel and homes, and has written features for Company, Living Abroad, and My Travel magazines. She is the resident travel columnist at LOOK magazine where you can read her weekly travel tips, and a regular contributor to A Place in the Sun magazine
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