Jasmin Day O’Neill

Ecology Support and Data Coordinator

email: [email protected]
mobile: +353 7 1914 0542

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Jasmin joined the Woodrow team in February 2024 as an Ecology Support and Data Coordinator.

Originally, Jasmin studied English Literature at university, obtaining an MA. However, whilst reading is undoubtedly enjoyable, it didn’t turn out to be particularly employable and after too many years working in hospitality Jasmin decided it was time for a change.

She studied for an MSc in GIS with Ulster University, graduating with a distinction in 2023.

Whilst on this course she gained valuable experience managing and analysing ecological and environmental data.

For her master’s project she conducted species distribution modelling on red deer to explore how historic agricultural abandonment impacts modern day red deer habitat usage on the Isle of Ulva, Scotland.

This project was particularly interesting for Jasmin as she reused data she helped collect a decade earlier as part of a PhD project she was a field assistant on. Jasmin is a self-taught lino printmaker and animals are her main source of inspiration.

Having lived in Ireland, the Turks and Caicos, and the UK, her prints contain a mixture of both temperate and tropical creatures.

She also loves hanging out with her dogs, reading, and cooking.