Tasha was born and raised in Germany and has traveled extensively throughout Europe. Her language studies took her to England, France and Italy. Her love of adventure brought her to the United States in her early twenties.
Widowed at 44, one pivotal winter morning she took a camera with her on her daily walk and discovered that, overnight, ice flowers had formed on the canal. The resulting photographs prompted her to take a course at the N.Y. Institute of Photography; her creativity had taken on an additional direction.
Tasha's work has been featured in newspapers and magazines; it has been exhibited in galleries and regional shows in New Jersey and Maine. Her photographs hang in numerous private collections around the world.
With a camera in her hands she feels fully alive. Creativity, pouring through the lens, feeds her soul. Being keenly alert to the surroundings, while giving in to impulses, Tasha makes surprising images. Her vision is to capture beauty that others might have missed.
When people see her work, she hopes they share her sense of wonder and awe before nature's creations.
In addition to images shown here more are on her personal website: www.tashaphotography.com.