Jasmine Acquaah hails from South-East London, Croydon, United Kingdom. She is the daughter of a mental health nurse and support worker. Inspired by Steven Spielberg, The Wachowskis Brothers and Quentin Tarantino, she tirelessly dedicated herself to learning the screen writing craft and studied for five months before writing her very first sci-fi Pilot, ‘Trojan Horse’. She learned the rules and wanted to break out as an artistic and thoughtful writer who was able to consider current events and show creativity when inventing witty and gritty characters. To this end, she has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Advertising in which she specialized in Film and mainstream Hollywood cinema in her second year. She has always written poems, short stories, novels and songs since she was young.
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
Oryx and Crake by Magaret Atwood
Sons of Perdition by Wendy Alec
"We give oursleves the love we think we deserve." - Perks Of Being A Wallflower.