Tamara Kuzminski

Lifestyle Commercial and Editorial Photographer

About your business and my business

I understand that your business isn't just about selling products or services. It's about selling an experience, a lifestyle, dreams and aspirations. You want your customers to desire the life they will have when they buy your product or service and become a more stylish person, a more successful person, a happier person.

You understand that people buy using their emotions. If you have a fashion or lifestyle oriented business, I can help you tap into your customers' emotions and create a photographic vision that they will desire, to enable you to be more successful.

Why these businesses chose me

Click on the businesses below to read why they enjoyed working with me.

"Tamara has an exceptional eye for detail and has produced some fabulous images for us. I have recommended her to my clients and would be happy to keep doing so. If you want first class photos, look no further."

- Alexandra Wood, Alexandra Wood Bespoke Tailor

"Tamara has worked with us to provide great photographs of events where being on the ball and unobtrusive matters. She works well with our staff, understanding their brief and delivering on time. We will work together again I hope!"

- Sarah Sleet, Coeliac UK

"I have worked with Tamara on several occasions. She is an imaginative but unobtrusive photographer, working quietly without disturbing the overall flow of the event and is constantly looking to improve the already excellent service she provides."

- Janis O'Leary, Daizy Florist

"I hired Tamara to produce some shots of our architectural office, and profile shots of key staff. We were all delighted with the results, and Tamara was wonderful to work with."

- Robert Park, Devereux Architects

"I have used Tamara twice now to shoot Longcroft Cat Hotel. Dealing with animals, especially cats is an unpredictable task but Tamara always arrives on time, with a massive smile and we genuinely always have a great time.

"The results are fantastic! Longcroft has been featured all over the world in hundreds of publications and all because she created an amazing window to the world with her stunning photography."

- Abi Purser, Longcroft Cat Hotel

"Look at Tamara's photography - it is really good. Tamara has photographed me working for my website. The results are very natural and just what I wanted."

- Marilyn Tuck, hypnotherapist

"Tamara's photographs are beautiful and really reflect how at ease she makes people feel. I experienced this first hand when she took some shots of me, along with the product photos for my website which I am really pleased with and they really do enhance the site.

She is professional, detailed and enthusiastic and her creativity ensures she always produces something different, which is what I feel makes her stand out. She is also fun to work with and why I wouldn't hesitate to recommend her."

- Lucy Wickham-Hayden, Oh So Chic

Prices, and how I won't hold your images to ransom

Cost per hour
£100
Cost per half day *
£250
Cost per day **
£400
Monthly
contract ***
10% discount

You will receive:

* Maximum of 4 consecutive hours.
** Maximum of 8 consecutive hours.
*** Minimum contract is 1 day/month for 3 months.

Ask me about my special rates if you're a registered charity or a small fashion/lifestyle start-up.

Say hello (and book me)

To book me, or ask for more information, please complete the form below.

I am based on the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire border and regularly work with clients in the northern Home Counties and in London. If you're further afield and are interested in having me photograph your business, please do get in touch and we'll have a chat.

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Or contact me on hello@tamarakuzminski.com or 07773 335447

Privacy Policy

If you have contacted me via the contact form, I will obviously have some details about you (your name, email address, maybe one or two other things, but unless you’re quite forgetful you should remember what they are). I will obviously use these details (like for replying to your email) so you shouldn't be too surprised about that.

It goes without saying, but I'll say it anyway (you never know who may be watching and taking notes), but all of your personal data will obviously be used in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998.

I'm not in the habit of giving or selling your details to other people (grrr... I get enough spam myself to know how annoying this is!) except where that other person needs it to be able to do something you want them to do (like complete the project you hired us for) and in that case, they have promised me that they'll do what they need to and nothing else. So you won't be getting any nasty inbox surprises from them directly. Oh, the other reason might be if I'm required to do so by law. But I can't see why that might be. Unless the police are watching you. In which case, stop. Now.

Cookies

Bear with me here... In 2011, an EU online privacy directive became law which states that websites must get consent from each visitor in order to use cookies. If you haven't read this on a million websites already and still don't know, then a cookie is just a little text file which gets saved to your computer or mobile device.

Third party cookies

I use a nifty bit of software called Google Analytics which collects and sorts information about everyone's visit to help me offer you a better website. This is because I can see trends (not individual data) on things like which pages are the most popular (or least popular – yikes!), which countries find my ramblings the most informative, and what other websites are sending me any visitors. And to do all this, it uses cookies.

I know you're all into that social media thing, so to hook you up with your accounts, these other third party cookies may also be used: Facebook and Twitter.

If you got this far, I commend you duly. If you have decided that you'd rather not be involved with all this cookie malarky, that's fine too. You can turn it off in your browser. If you do turn cookies off, you'll still be able to do most important things (like read the content) around here, so I hope you'll stay a bit longer and say hi.

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