Photography by Katy Sims

"I can only speak highly of Tammana. She connected with us at The Dressmaker when we were still a concept and played a pivotal role in shaping our identity (to the extent that on her advice we changed our name to The Dressmaker). She has provided us with insight into the importance of image in our branding. In relation to her photography and videography work she has been impeccable, spending a lot of time with us understanding our ethos and values and what we are trying to portray and capture that in her photos. We will be working with Tammana again very soon.

Alam Rahman

co-founder of The Dressmaker

"Professional, creative, outstanding photographer who is able to communicate an individuals' personality and sentimentality. She is lovely to work with too."

Penelope Blissenden

mother of actress Sophia Blissenden

"A conscientious photographer who makes you feel at ease when working with her. Clear with directions and helping you achieve the most out of the shoot."

Isabel Gamble

dance & drama teacher

"A compassionate person that takes the time to make sure her subject is comfortable. My photo shoot with her last year was a wonderful experience which left me with great pictures and great memories."

Bunmi Hazzan

spoken word artist & designer

 

 

 

"Tammana was a pleasure to work with on both shoots I did with her. With a professional attitude and an obvious eye for detail I felt confident I was in good hands. On sight Tammana demonstrated concern for my comfort which was a nice touch. I am happy with the final pictures and would recommend Tammana to family friends."

Umar Sadiq

professional boxer & traveller

"Tammana is friendly, listens to what the customer is looking for and responds quickly to any enquiries. Tammana is my go to person when I am looking for a poster, leaflet or business card to be designed. I trust her creatively to deliver a final product that I'm happy with. She has also taken head shots of myself that have been used in national publications. I look forward to working with her again in the future." 

Lucy Basaba

founder of Theatre Fullstop

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