Tallulah is a Vancouver-based photographer who specializes in contemporary portraiture, documentary photography and fine art projects.
Her photography has been exhibited in both solo and group art exhibitions.
Recent exhibition highlights include: “Soles Exposed”, a photographic exhibition of high-heeled shoes, premiered in Vancouver 2006; and “Geisha: Person of the Arts” which received a solo exhibition in Beijing, China in 2007. The latter photographs showcased the private life of geishas, to which Tallulah was given exclusive access.
Her documentary photography has taken her to international locales, including Scotland, Mexico and Africa.
Her photographic coverage of the HIV/AIDs epidemic in Soweto, South Africa, was featured in Elle Canada May 2008.
Two years ago Tallulah travelled to Haiti to photograph a Medeciins Sans Frontieres maternity clinic where 1,500 babies a month are born to the country’s desperately poor mothers.
Last year's international trip was to Colombia.
Tallulah is a member of the American Society of Media Photographers.