Jasmine Albuquerque is a choreographer, dancer, and instructor. Her recent choreography includes Katy Perry's "Never Really Over", Carlie Hanson’s debut music video "Only One", and the Decemberists "Once In My Life." She has also choreographed music videos for Bob Wayne (directed by Jennifer Tzar) and danced in videos for Beck, You Will Know Us By the Trail of the Dead, Morcheba, and Todd Edwards. She has danced with such companies as Hysterica, Blue13 Bollywood, Collage Dance Theater and Ryan Heffington’s psycho-dance performance Fingered. Other live performances include We Are the World, Hazm, and Hecuba in various venues around LA such as the Hammer Museum, the Ford Amphitheater, MOCA, the Orpheum Theater, LACMA, the Joshua Tree Music Festival, and even a laundromat. She studied contemporary movement in Budapest, Hungary and at The Edge in Hollywood after years of classical ballet and jazz training. While majoring in History, she danced for the Department of World Arts and Cultures at UCLA and later taught movement workshops in Chiapas, Mexico and Copenhagen, Denmark. Her current work with WIFE continues to challenge and inspire her as a performer.