For as long as she can remember, Tasha has loved telling stories. She expressed her passion for story-telling with both words (a first ‘novel’ was completed at age six) and an obsession with drawing and painting. After getting a degree in literature and creative writing from Brown University, she developed a strong desire to create images. Photography, she discovered, was her way back into the visual arts. She moved to Paris to do an intensive one-year masters program in professional photography at the Spéos Institute and then began working as a freelance photographer making stil-life photos for luxury brands, such as Hommage. Realising that film-making was the perfect tool to combine her interests in images and words, Tasha started making short films in 2012, collaborating with Silas Bassa on the production of a show at the Théâtre du Gymnase Marie-Bell in Paris which combined classical music, video art and dance.