Jasmine Allen is Director and Curator of The Stained Glass Museum, the only museum dedicated to stained glass in the UK, located in Ely Cathedral. She joined the museum in 2013 and completed her PhD at the University of York on the international exhibition of nineteenth-century stained glass the same year.

Jasmine first became interested in stained glass whilst studying for her undergraduate degree in Art History at the University of York and has lectured and written about many aspects of stained glass for a variety of audiences. Her publications include Windows for The World: Nineteenth-century stained glass and the international exhibitions, 1851–1900 (Manchester University Press, 2018) and she contributed a section on stained glass to Vol.VI – 'Victorian Arts' of the Victorian Material Culture compendium (Routledge, 2022). She was co-editor of a special journal issue of 19 entitled Reframing Stained Glass in the Nineteenth-Century British World (August 2020). She has also written for The Art Newspaper and the TLS.

Recognised as a specialist in her field, Jasmine plays an active role in promoting and preserving stained glass in the wider cultural and heritage sector. She is a board member of the Glaziers Trust, a branch of the Glaziers Foundation (Worshipful Company of Glaziers and Painters on Glass) that awards conservation grants, a committee member of the Stained Glass Repository and an advisor to the London Diocesan Advisory Committee (DAC).