Jade’s latest short, The Future Is Fluid, premiered at Sundance and was described as ‘show stealing’ by Vogue. The film, funded by Gucci, was her latest addition to her films that refuse to be contained by genre but still maintain journalistic integrity at their core. She has worked for the Guardian, Chime For Change x Gucci, the Huffington Post, El Tiempo, VICE and i-D to name a few. Her work has screened at the BFI, the Victoria & Albert, the Tate 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.

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