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Yes. I call myself a multimedia producer and storyteller. But let's be clear. No one is an expert at everything - as much as the media landscape wants to will these skills into existence and I am happy to admit it.  First and foremost, I am a podcast producer. 


Having been a jack-of-all-trades for a while means, I know exactly what goes into the creative thought process, the pre-production, production & post-production of several forms of digital media content. But if I'm truly honest with myself & you:

Audio gathering & storytelling is where I excel. Photography is my most advanced and longest-standing, yet lucrative hobby-turned-job. And video is fine. I can always get decent video. I understand filmmaking, and I do an all right job with the edit. 


I grew up with audio content surrounding me. One of my earliest memories is my parents taping their bedtime stories for me while I sat at the kitchen table with them. I always got to push the red record and the play buttons. And somehow I get that same joy out of doing the exact same thing today.


After a short stint in private radio in Germany, I put audio to rest and dove into photography and video. Years later, I discovered podcasts and then started making them.

I have helped launch, build, conceptualize, and produce several podcasts. At this point, it's kind of my thing. Below are a few episodes I'm most proud of. Several of the below have been nominated and long-listed for multiple media awards.


Click on the picture to get to the episodes. 




Currently, I work as a Senior Supervising Producer and Co-Team Lead for Shortcasts at Blinkist and help create short-form audio content that is educational and entertaining at the same time. 

I also am one of the co-facilitators of Spotify's SoundUp podcast accelerator program for BIPOC creators  in Germany, where I get to coach and shape a new generation of podcasters who will help shake up Germany's podcast landscape. 

On top of that, I host and produced the first season of 
Creating Markets by the International Finance Corporation, a member of the World Bank Group. 


My photography work has saved me many times over. I've not only won awards, fellowships, and other prizes but quite literally, it is a skill that has provided a roof over my head many times and it's always a good reason for a trip. I'm a naturally introverted person. Yet, with a camera at hand, I have made some fantastic human connections over the years. I do journalistic work, as well as commercial portrait work.


For more, pictures, find me on my Instagram @jasminbauomy.

For my commercial portrait work, go to @portraitswithjasmin

Be it photojournalism, travel photography, or commercial portraits. As long as it tells a story, I'll do it. Below examples of my work in Comoros, South Sudan, India, Ethiopia, Turkey, Qatar, and Colombia. 


Throughout my career, I've dipped in and out of the field of digital video production, which developed my skills that I used as a video producer for social platforms. Having studied multimedia journalism at the American University in Cairo (AUC), I got the opportunity to work on a short documentary and went on to be a teaching assistant in a video production course at the Kamal Adham Center for Journalism at the AUC. It's in Egypt, where I got my first gigs fixing and translating for an international tv crew's documentary project. 


Upon returning to Germany, I worked as a production assistant on commercial tv ads and a feature film for tv in Germany. That was several years before I had the opportunity to be one of Al Jazeera English's (AJE) first few digital video producers. During my time at AJE, I developed a knack for creating explainer videos that break down complex topics. Roughly a year into joining AJE, I became the editorial lead of the new video unit, which I remained until I decided to devote my full attention to podcasts. 

Below a few examples of videos I produced, co-produced, and/or edited for AJE, as well as a video I produced for my own Youtube channel.