Born with an eye condition, Tina spent a happy childhood in Wiltshire often sporting an eye-patch under large NHS glasses. Unable to use her eyes simultaneously her vision is effectively rendered in 2D – perceiving the world as a series of photographs. At age 9 Tina was sent on a six-month French exchange armed with a cheap plastic camera. Unable to speak the language, she savoured the ability to communicate her new world through photography.
Tina refined her skills at Art College and through assisting before developing her love of storytelling and narrative whilst in the field travelling the world for editorials and NGOs. Tina has shown work in several major exhibitions including at The National Portrait Gallery and at The Bargehouse Gallery in London.
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