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Jasmin Hernandez is a native New Yorker with a deep passion for visual culture and a rich background in fashion, photo shoot production, and arts writing. Ms. Hernandez's editorial career started at Vanity Fair as a fashion assistant, traveling the globe and shooting alongside Annie Leibovitz, Arthur Elgort, and Patrick Demarchelier. She continued as a photo editor + producer for outlets such as The New York Times Magazine, New York Magazine, American Media, and The New York Post. As a savvy producer she has spearheaded shows + presentations for leading designers during NYFW, in addition to cultural production for clients such as V Magazine, V Man Magazine, The Standard Hotel, MoMA/PS1, among others. Recently, she served as a photo agent representing award-winning photographers in the arenas of fashion, beauty, and entertainment.

Ms. Hernandez is the founder of  Gallery Gurls, an intersectional digital space celebrating female artists and women in the arts in New York and beyond. Her writing on art & culture has been published in Elle, Cultured, Lenny Letter, Vice, Konbini, etc  She lives and works in New York City and holds a BBA in Design Management from Parsons The New School for Design. // read my latest stories on Contently