Jasmine Crittenden is a freelance journalist and content writer based in Sydney, Australia. Her specialities include travel, music, film and theatre.

She is a senior writer at Concrete Playground, a casual content writer at Edge digital agency and a regular contributor to Metro and Screen Education magazines.

Her work has appeared in many publications, both online and print, including Los Angeles Times Travel Plus; Pacific, P & O’s onboard magazine; From The Bridge, CruiseCo’s onboard magazine; Produce, Westpac’s agribusiness magazine; Art of Money by GE Money; Grey is the New Black by Suncorp; Jazz Australia and Music Australia. Many of her online features have inspired thousands of shares via social media.

Jasmine is an experienced native content writer, having contributed to campaigns for many major brands, companies and organisations, including Mazda, Virgin, Teva, Hahn, Heineken, Converse, Tourism Whistler, Visit Victoria and City of Sydney.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) (1st Class) in English Literature and Modern History from the University of Sydney and a Master of Arts in Writing (High Distinction average) from the University of Technology, Sydney.

2017 – Women On Writing Summer Flash Fiction Contest, Finalist

2016 – Writer-In-Residence, Bundanon Trust

2012 – Panelist, Conversations over Jazz Writing, Capital Jazz Project

2006 – Fellowship of Australian Writers Short Story Competition, Second Prize

2006 – Fellowship of Australian Writers Short Story Competition, Highly Commended

2005 – Australian National Jazz Writing Awards, Finalist