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I find so much excitement in travelling to distinctive locations and studying the art, culture, and beauty of architecture. It's such an immersive experience going to places that you haven't been to or re visiting places in more detail. Through that, I also write up blogs and create content based on slow living and looking at life from many different perspectives. I think of the things that make my life as it is and I document those moments to show that you don't need to have or do big things in life to succeed, it starts from the little and simple things. 

I aim to bring warmth and cosiness to my content and help those to take the time to do things that make them happy and to take some time out for themselves such as a solo coffee trip, trying out an amazing restaurant, or going out on a walk. Through this self-discovery journey I have found out a lot about myself and I have found new hobbies and interests that have helped me to be the person that I am today.


I am a digital creator in photography, blogging, and social media content creation from Cornwall, but based in Southampton.



The Association Of Photographers Online Show, 2021

University of Gloucestershire, 2018, 2019, 2021

Plymouth College of Art Summer Show, 2018


Torpoint Art Exhibition, 2016


Instagram & Twitter : @jasminefitze  @jasfitzephoto

Tik Tok: @jasminefitze

LinkedIn: Jasmine Fitze

Behance: Jasminefitzephoto

Pinterest: @Jasmine_Fitze 

Photography and Digital Marketing Experiences

Social Media & Marketing Intern for Gorilla Spirits Co (2022)


Product Photographer for a ceramics artist (2022)


Social Media & Marketing Intern for Beau Monde Traveler (2021)


Wedding photographer in Plymouth (2020)

Dancelab Devon Show Premier event photographer at The Watermark, Ivybridge (2018)

Business Conference Breakfast at St Mellion International Resort (2017)


Bachelor of Arts in Photography Editorial & Advertising

University of Gloucestershire, 2021 

UAL Level 3 Extended Diploma in Creative Practice: Art, Design, Communication

Plymouth College of Art, 2018

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