As a child, Tammy Kodsi loved playing with her Barbie Dolls. Creating the set, scene, clothes and props, her imagination was blossoming. Maturing into adulthood, Ms. Kodsi turned her love of creative exploration and her passion for taking photos into a profession as a fashion photographer. Directing a team of designers, stylists and makeup artists, she transforms a set into a colorful, edgy and contemporary world to captivate the viewer, inviting them into her visual illusion.
A graduate of the University of Florida, Tammy received a Bachelors Degree in Computers. This technical and artistic training created the foundation for her future endeavors in digital photography. Participating in advanced training received at Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California, Ms. Kodsi was now ready to passionately pursue her dreams.
To stay current and on the cutting edge, Ms. Kodsi pursues opportunities to work with experts in their fields, including digital art pioneer, Laurence Gartel, as well as director and producer of influential documentaries, Mark Manning. These myriad of experiences continue to expand Tammy's progressive repertoire. Tammy Kodsi's work has been featured in galleries and local & national publications. Highlights include a solo exhibit at the OMMA Center for Contemporary Art in Santa Barbara and multiple cover shots for City Link Magazine. Committed to artistic integrity and high quality, Ms. Kodsi continues to showcase her creations in a multitude of landscapes.
Her passion for photography and for making a contribution to community has led Tammy to donate her time to working with non-profit and service organizations including, the Milagro Center, AIDS awareness events, and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. From portraiture to design layouts, to full-scale shoots, her artistic eye and innovative style yields creations of artistic prowess and satisfied clients.