Tamara’s skills and achievements have been primarily based within a multifaceted spectrum of holistic and creative endeavours.

Her early career included proficiency in dance and the performing arts. She worked as choreographer and creative director for a number of exclusive venues across Europe. Tamara’s academic background in business, art and linguistics also provided her with a platform to work in an advisory capacity, creating and participating in the development of an exciting range of concepts within a diverse range of industries.

While still participating in a selection of European projects, Tamara was offered the opportunity to write her first book, titled The Key to Your Dreams. Tamara’s vast and extensive knowledge of psychology as well as her interest in the metaphysical realm, allowed her to write the book in an accessible and informative manner, utilising actual case studies while examining the intellectual, emotional, psychological and mystical properties of this intriguing and provocative subject. The publication of the book led to a number of television and radio interviews as well as articles on the subject of dreams, sleeping patterns and the indirect effect and power of the subconscious mind.

Soon after, Tamara was offered a position as resident expert and presenter on Sky Television’s Psychic TV (now named Psychic Today). Referred to as ‘Love Goddess‘ and stylist by the viewers of Psychic TV, Tamara’s objective has revolved successfully around the ideology of self-improvement, discovery and empowerment. She has been inspired to write a variety of articles on related topics and has been holding regular tutorials. As an accomplished artist, Tamara has also expressed and demonstrated her knowledge and ideology through art.

Tamara’s interests continue to cover a broad and compelling range of activities. She has held residencies in select publications and has appeared as expert and special guest on television shows including Big Brother’s Bit On The Side. She has enjoyed a number of radio interviews and has been involved with Urban Jazz. Working on a global level, Tamara has also collaborated on projects within European television, utilising her expertise as artist and designer. Tamara was voted Psychic of the Year 2013 by viewers of Psychic Today. She has been interviewed and featured in a number of publications (online and print) including: Daily Express, Daily Star, The Sun, Daily Mirror, Honestly Dating, Mail Online, Closer Online, Asian Wedding Magazine, Chat, Female First, Heart and Cosmopolitan. Tamara is a highly respected mentor and life coach, whose expertise has been sought after and utilized within a personal and business capacity on an international level.

Some of Tamara’s current activities include the development of her online television channel, Trusseau TV as well as other inspiring television-based involvements and invitations. Her inspirational work in art and design has been recognised globally leading to a number of collaborative projects. The new edition of Key to Your Dreams has been published and she has commenced work on the creation of her own intriguing range of affirmation cards, with a particular emphasis upon love and relationships.

Tamara’s passion for humanitarian, holistic and creative pursuits inspire her continuously, allowing her to grow and develop as she shares her vision and expertise through various aspects of her work.

I have seen her paintings and I seem to contemplate a flowery garden full of fairies and nymphs. It is a feeling of fresh air coming through the windows in spring. And that makes me wonder what inspires you when you do them?

I have always been fascinated by the relationship between realism and surrealism as well as its impact and effect on our conscious and subconscious interpretation of the world around us. As such, art gives me the possibility to incorporate imagination and fantasy into situations that are relevant and familiar. This induces an extra layer of perspective, enabling a more individual and subjective interpretation.

You have done many different things in your life. What have they given you and how have you integrated your experiences into your paintings?

Indeed, my experiences have been broad and varied. Above all, I have had the pleasure and privilege of engaging with people from so many beautiful cultures and backgrounds. This has provided me with insight as well as an in-depth understanding of the fundamental ideals and principles that are important to us all. I think my paintings in different ways examine connectivity, while exploring the more profound structural resonance that goes with the arena.

Tell me about your technique and which painter do you feel closest to?
Although I love and utilise a variety of art mediums, my favourites are oils and oil pastels. I do frequently engage in mixed media work and I enjoy experimenting with different surfaces. With respect to painters, I am in continuous admiration of all art, as every piece created by any artist has a timeless ability to inspire. However, some of the artists whose work I am particularly drawn to include Picasso and Monet. I feel in step with aspects of their creative vision and I very much admire their commitment to the integral ethos behind their creative journey.

You have done some exhibitions and I would like to know how were these experiences?

I think for most artists, exhibitions can induce the possibility of diversification, while allowing additional focus on the magnification of existing ideas. In relation to myself, presently I’m in the process of planning two exhibitions. What I’m integrating from past experiences is the enjoyment of formulating specific thoughts, which can resonate on a contained level through each artwork, while harmonising synchronistically with every other painting included in the exhibition.

The art world is complicated and moves by trends when it comes to Contemporary Art. Do you think you fit in that market and the current demands?
I’m aware of the complications and ever-manoeuvring possibilities surrounding trends. However, in my opinion, art on a fundamental level remains subjective. This offers relative freedom in terms of content, composition and subject matter, allowing scope for experimentation as well as an exploration of new trends. Personally, I embrace growth and advancement as well as enjoying the familiarity of an established and recognisable style. Perhaps my approach has contributed towards the fact that I am selling pieces regularly, as well as being commissioned. I’m certainly very grateful for the interest and loyalty I have received.

Now I would like to know her inner world as a writer of a book that carries implicitly the magic of her works. What has it meant to you to be the author ofThe Key to Your Dreams?
The Key to Your Dreams was a very interesting project. The subject of dream interpretation has always been of great relevance to me as frequently dreams delve into the relationship between the conscious and subconscious mind. As such I decided to approach writing the book from quite an analytical angle, utilising case studies. Also, having provided the illustrations for the first edition of the book, allowed a more immersive experience from a personal perspective.
And from your time in the world of television on Sky Television’s Psychic TV?
I would say Psychic TV represented a particular and poignant period in my life. It provided a unique platform through which I could connect with numerous individuals from different backgrounds and countries. It felt wonderful assisting others and providing guidance. Equally I feel I very much grew and learned through the experience. Currently I’m in the process of developing my own television platform. It will launch later this year with a focus upon art and creativity.

From interviewer to interviewee, life coach and also moves in the humanitarian world helping others. It’s a life full of surprises. Where does she find the time?
Admittedly at times there may be a need for prioritisation; however, quite frequently I’m engaged in several activities simultaneously. On one level I enjoy the challenge and excitement; on another level, I think there is an underlying link connecting my various interests, enabling a sense of harmony, continuity and contentment. Perhaps there lies the reason for my desire to embrace so many projects …
And, finally, what have you not yet done that you would like to do?
I think partly, broadening the scope of my creative endeavours. To some degree, this has already initiated and is currently being refined and defined, specially with respect to activities involving music. I’m also considering opportunities pertaining to media and television on a global scale. Ultimately however, there will always be a significant part of my life dedicated to humanitarian causes. Perhaps this is the area that I hope to expand the most, as this is the area that has had the most profound impact upon my own sense of purpose and existence. 

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