Over the past several years, Tammy has written and directed numerous short films, including the award winning Chomp that has been featured at various film festivals throughout Canada and the U.S. She’s also directed The New Mum Fitness video as well as the dramatic portion of the Tommy Longboat Episode for Annie Frazier Henry’s APTN Series,  Chiefs and Champions. Her half hour documentaries Passion Hunter: Saying Yes and Passion Hunter Impulse have screened at the Whistler Film Festival, The Female Eye Film Festival in Toronto and the Banff Summer Arts Festival. Tammy has also directed final projects for Capilano University’s Full Time Acting Program which screened at Pacific Cinematique.

Tammy associate produced and directed 2nd Unit for Moore Media for Business Television. Presently, she is in development for a one-hour documentary about the plight of religious women in the catholic church.

Tammy comes to directing from an acting and writing background as well as working as Script Supervisor in Vancouver’s film industry. As a Graduate from the Vancouver Playhouse Acting School with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta, Tammy has performed in the majority of theatres across Western Canada. She was Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of the internationally award-winning full figure theatre company, writing and performing the troupes highly acclaimed comedies –WAY TOO BLONDE, THE “F” WORD (CAN FEMINISM BE FUNNY?) and WUMPA…AN ADVENTURE–all over the world. In addition to directing for full figure, she’s also directed for Green Thumb Theatre and Theatre Under The Gun.

Tammy continues to direct & teach for the Vancouver Film School as well as BCIT and is a past member of WIDC’s governing Board of Directors.