Visual producer Jasmine Goldband joins The Incline

She’ll handle The Incline’s Instagram and Snapchat accounts, so say hi to her there, too.

Jasmine Goldband

Jasmine Goldband


The Incline today welcomes Pittsburgh photojournalist Jasmine Goldband to our staff.

Jasmine will serve as The Incline’s visual producer. Her photos and videos will tell their own stories, help elevate The Incline‘s other original narratives and bring our social media accounts to life.

“Joining a digital-only newsroom as a visual producer is a natural fit for me,” Jasmine said. “I’m looking forward to providing dynamic visuals of the city, its neighborhoods and residents that I love so much.”

She comes to The Incline from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, where she started working as a photojournalist in May 2003 after graduating from Point Park University.

Of note at the Trib, Jasmine covered the fatal shooting of three Pittsburgh police officers in 2009 and Hillary Clinton’s primary run against Barack Obama in 2008. She also worked on a project documenting disparities faced by black women who have breast cancer and provided video coverage of the Steelers.

She is a member of the Women’s Press Club of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh chapter of Women in Film and Media, the National Press Photographers Association and the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.

She lives with her husband, David, and their dog Leroy in the Mexican War Streets.

You can follow her on Instagram and Twitter. Send her story tips at [email protected]

(Jasmine will also be the person behind The Incline’s Instagram and Snapchat accounts, so be sure to say hi to her there, too.)