I started this blog to talk about my life and use my journalism career to good use. Somewhere along the line, early on, I realized it was a great place to grow my influencer and photography businesses too. Little did I know how in love with blogging I would become – and how many long-lasting friendships, clients, and relationships would come from hitting the “publish” button on this big (at heart) blog. Collaborative, Review & Giveaway posts are handled through me directly.

Reviews & Giveaways & Collaborative Posts

I am currently open to working with brands that fit on collaborative blog posts, events and collaborative social media posts. Please email for rates.

Media kit available upon request.
Email tamara@tamaracamera.com
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Updated January 18, 2022

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