Tania graduated with a First-Class Honours degree in Fine Art Practice from the University of Worcester in 2013, winning two University awards: The Windsor and Newton Prize for Painting and The Elmley Foundation Fine Art Award.
In 2016, she graduated with a Distinction in MA Creative Digital Media (photography, painting and film) from the University of Worcester, and is now a sessional lecturer on the MA Creative Digital Media course at the University, as well as a self employed figurative painter specialising in portraiture. She also undertakes painting commissions.
“My research led practice is a continual investigation into the relationship between photography and painting, and involves a dialogue with historic painterly traditions. I believe the emotional and metaphysical attributes of figurative painting are as valid today as they always have been.”