Jasmin Geisel

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Jasmin Forsyth (née Geisel) (pronounced 'Guy-zle') is an Australian television presenter, journalist, writer, producer & Media/PR consultant.

Forsyth's first role on TV was as the host of a national AFL show, Totally Footy on Network Ten. She then moved into news as a journalist, before becoming a presenter, writer and field producer on Ten's, Totally Wild.[1][2]

In 2006, Forsyth joined the Nine Network as a journalist for Queensland programs, Extra and Weekend Extra.[3] She also filed stories for Nine News and Sport, and hosted the 2008 & 2009 Qld Surf Life Saving Championships.

In 2007, she married freelance senior TV Cameraman/DOP, Lighting Operator and Field Producer, Chris Forsyth. Currently, she and her husband, run Media Force Productions (https://mediaforce.com.au); a Brisbane-based, one-stop-shop production house for TV Productions, Corporate Videos, PR Videos, Real Estate promotions and high-end wedding DVDs. Forsyth also consults as the Media Manager for Swim Australia.

Before fronting the camera, Forsyth was a swimmer - representing Australia on several occasions. At the 1999/2000 FINA World Cup meets in Shanghai and Hobart, she won silver in the 50m butterfly, and a bronze medal in the 100m freestyle.[4]

After finishing school in Brisbane at Somerville House Girls School, Forsyth gained a Bachelor of Journalism degree from QUT, with an induction into the Golden Key International Honour Society for her academic achievement.

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