Writing Samples

Currently, I lead the daily content creation for Military OneSource (DoD program), SECO, and other social media campaigns. My role is primarily copywriting, but I also guide the design process. See my work at https://www.facebook.com/military.1source/ and https://www.facebook.com/DoDMilSpouse/.

For over a decade, I've been working as a freelance writer for various clients throughout the world. I've written articles for print magazines, and I've accumulated a wealth of experience in writing for digital spaces. 

Take a look at some of the pieces I've written in the past:

The Vibe Guide UK (Freelance Music Writer)

I've written over 30 articles for this site and they can be found here: http://thevibeguide.net/author/jasmine_mcgee/

Crossfadr (Freelance Music Writer)

Associations Now (Freelance Writer)

Monarch Magazine - (Contributing Writing for Print/Digital Edition)

Travel Articles for WhatsCheaper.com (Freelance Associate Editor)

CollegeCures (Freelance Contributing Writer)

Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost

Next to my wedding day, this moment happens to be one of my favorites. Standing near the edge of uncertainty, nothing else seemed to matter but soaking up the majestic vibes of Mother Nature.  


American Muscle

Maybe it's the lure of nostalgia or the adrenaline rush of driving fast, but I'm just completely in love with American muscle cars.

Here's a shot of my 2015 Camaro. Drove this baby on a grand cross-country roadtrip. Coast to coast. 


ThinkSoul25 - International House Music Blog

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ThinkSoul25, often referred to as TS25, is a lifestyle & culture blog founded in 2010 by Jasmine McGee. After years of freelancing and writing for various publications, including a premier national magazine, Jasmine decided to embark on her own journey of creating a blog dedicated to the arts, house music, culture, and good old fashioned opinionated rant

As a culture enthusiast, Jasmine does her best to educate, share, and promote her readers on all things house music. TS25 is truly home to house music and it's apparent she eats, sleeps, and drinks house. Seriously, she's madly in love with it!

It's hard to describe the blog in just one word, but one thing that is true is that TS25 is home to Peace, Love, and House Music.

Balanced Rock

Growing up in Colorado Springs, I've always had a very close connection with nature.  🏞 Every weekend my parents would take my brother and me hiking and on drives through the mountains.

Whenever we didn't have time to go on big trips, we would take a short drive over to GARDEN OF THE GODS 🙏

Known for its rich red rocks and tranquility, this natural oasis is also home to the infamous "Balanced Rock." By sheer wonder or magic, this rock is balanced on top of another rock, creating the perfect scenery for this shot. 

I snapped this photo earlier this year when my hubby and I embarked on a grand cross country road trip (more photos to come.) 



May She Be Fierce

I've been exploring the connection between nature, beauty, and emotions by playing around with layer masks to create a composite image.  



Looking Back, Moving Forward

I've learned that sometimes you have to briefly reflect on the past in order to launch forward towards destiny. This photo is one of the shots I took on our cross county road trip from Maryland to California. 


Biweekly Editorial Content

While working at the agency, I was named the design lead on Biweekly Editorial content. It was my job to produce assets for social holidays, as well as real holidays such as "Independence Day."  

Below is a piece of content that I sourced for Coke's instagram. Not only do I create original content, but I'm also skilled in procuring assets and curating a library of great content that performs well on social. 



Content Production for Copa America 2016

Below is a selection of work I produced for Coca-Cola's partnership with Copa America 2016.

Random Adventures in St. John

My husband was born/raised in the U.S. Virgin Islands, and last year was my first time visiting where he grew up. At the time, I was working at Travel Channel and they let me borrow a GoPro. Naturally, I had to go on some type of adventure and capture the good/bad/crazy moments.