Having started her film career in the world of documentary, Jade's genre-bending films now seek to maintain journalistic integrity while allowing us to re-imagine outdated representations. Her experimental short, 'Calling Home', was described as 'brilliantly and disturbingly moving' by Dazed & Confused and won best short at the BFI Future Film Festival in 2018. Since then, she has honed her visual eye through collaboration with latex brand Hanger and a documentary commissioned by Gucci which was described as 'show-stealing' by Vogue at Sundance. She has worked for VICE, the Guardian, NOWNESS, Al Jazeera, the Huffington Post, I-D, the Victoria & Albert, Gucci, Boiler Room and more.

She was recognised by the British Film Institute as best director in 2018 for her short ‘Calling Home’. In 2019, she was shortlisted for Amnesty International new voice award for film that investigated what happened 6 months after Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Previously, she was also regarded as a female human rights defender on their ‘Suffrage Spirit’ map for her work documenting various forms of state violence against women.

She is represented by Black Dog Films which is part of Ridley Scott Creative Group.