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Tash is a London-based filmmaker with a background in fine art, graphic design and photography.
Having trained at Chelsea College of Art and London College of Communication, she crosses the boundaries between art and pop culture in music videos, independent films and branded content.
Tash’s work is often focused on the themes of identity and heritage and she strives to tell diverse stories with strong concepts and striking visuals.
Her work has been recognised internationally and she was selected as a Rising Female Filmmaker to Watch by Booth at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Playback Festival and Something Curated.
Unknown Pleasure (2017), a multi-screen fiction exploring the multiplicities of the female image and domesticity, was commissioned by London Short Film Festival and Creative Arts England. Cranes, Mafiosos and a Polaroid Camera (2018) is a portrait of a Native American woman who comes to terms with the complexity of her identity, nature and death.
Cranes, Mafiosos and a Polaroid Camera received an Official Selection at London Short Film Festival, Aesthetica Film Festival, Omaha Film Festival, and in screened In Competition for Best International Short Film at Kurzfilm Festival Hamburg and Best Screenwriting at Underwire Film Festival.