Tasha Tennant is a multi-disciplinary creative who is passionate about cultures and exploring the world through the mediums of fashion, design and architecture. She is an excellent writer and runs a personal blog, published on her website http://tasha-tennant.weebly.com/. She has experience in PR & events, Editorial Photo Shoots and Magazine Publishing. She is looking for creative opportunities where she can utilise her writing skills and continue to develop her creative skill set. As well as English, she speaks Spanish and has a written capacity in French.Locked Pro Plan feature
Photographers Assistant to Emma Dudlyke for Fruiting Bodies, featured in PETRIe Magazine https://readymag.com/PetrieEMagazine/origins/fruiting-bodies/ Photographers Assistant to Emma Dudlyke for Hayfever, featured in Coveal Magazine https://www.coeval-magazine.com/coeval/hayfever
My role included writing press releases, organising and ensuring a smooth operation during events and award ceremonies, as well as daily management of social media accounts. Clients included Masserati, Nissan EU, Alfa Romeo, Caterham and Jeep among others.
In 2014, I co-founded Project Sudan, a charity project to improve the educational prospects of children in poverty in Sudan. We worked closely with a village school in Northern Sudan, and donated equipment to an orphanage in Khartoum. We raised funds in the UK from local Sudanese groups in London, as well a business sponsorship from Barclay's and private donors. The money was used to hire local builders to re-build the old damaged school, purchase stationary for the children and pay the school fees for families who were unable to. We also provided a week of assisted English lessons, teaching the children and working with the teachers to improve future classes.
Sourcing relevant images for both the magazine, website and sister companies e.g. car buyer. I have directly learnt about editorial image rights and how image composition can affect audience attention; as well as the general business mechanisms of a magazine, website and publishing company.
Within the broad scope of Arts and Science, a liberal arts degree at UCL, I studied Architecture, Philosophy, Psychology and Anthropology.