Tina’s practice is grounded in her study of art, movement and music. She is a longtime student of Developmental Movement, including Feldenkreis and Alexander technique, and very deliberately composes the human figure and its activity. Tina is also a musician. She performs widely on the lute and Renaissance flute, and directs the early music chamber group, The Shakespeare Band. Her cultural connection to the Renaissance/Baroque period extends to The Visual world as well as music, especially sculpture. Depicting classical balance and beauty in the human form is a hallmark of Tina’s work.
When not composing scenes in the studio or on-site, Tina is a freelance photographer with a broad clientele including The Cincinnati Symphony, Linton Chamber Music, Movers and Makers Magazine, Queen City Chamber Opera, Concert Nova, MYCincinnati, UC-College Conservatory of Music, and Procter and Gamble. She has photographed many Grammy award winning musicians.
Tina’s work has been widely exhibited, at FotoFocus 2016 and 2018 at The Cincinnati YWCA, Washington Park Art Gallery, Kennedy Heights arts Center, The Art Academy, Xavier University and other spaces.
Classic music Photography is my first love. As a trained Classical musician and avid concert-goer and business woman, I understand the needs of the musician, the organization and the audience.