Throughout my life, I have captured life artistically through various mediums, but since the mid-1980s I have been drawn to the flexibility and immediacy provided by photography. A lens instead of a brush!
The creative elements found in nature are usually predominant themes in my work. Rich details in landscape vistas as well as simplicity in shapes are subjects that I seek. Just like the minute details in the natural world, I am committed to the minute details in my work. With a steadfast character, I strive for quality and consistency.
Tania Marsh is a Toronto-born photographer, who has always had one foot in the Ottawa Valley where she resides. She has studied Photography Techniques at Algonquin College and has a degree in Art History and Arts Administration.
With her interests in art and photography, vintage interior design, and the natural world, she pulls together unique creative passions that are reflective in her work.
Tania has since founded The Silver Shingle, a signage and creative imagery company specializing in photosensitive anodized aluminum. Some of her work is reminiscent of the old tintype photography.