Tamzen Holland work has been published internationally in various media genres including magazines, billboards, newspapers and various campaigns. Her work blurs the boundaries between fashion and visual art resulting in conceptually driven styling.
Beginning her career merchandising for Cirque Du Soleil, Tamzen then launched into fashion with celebrity styling, and editorial work. For seven years, Tamzen has been working as a fashion merchandiser and stylist, drawing from a background in fashion design, textiles and footwear. She is largely influenced by texture and colour and exploits the creative boundaries of a garment while maintaining its’ structural integrity in a way that makes for an impressionable look. Tamzen’s extensive knowledge in fashion history and historical garments, have given her the position of guest speaker at QUT University fashion discussions, lecturing in front of students and teachers.
Her work has been featured in Marie Claire (AU), Ellements (NY), Moustache, Culture, Institute, Papercut (UK), Kismets (UK), Peppermint, News Weekly,fART, Chole (Canada), EnVie (Japan), MOD, Vigore (New York), Glacier, Vatra (Berlin), Cove, Fashion Weekly, HUF, Threaded(NZ), IZE, UV, bMag and Varsity Magazines. On-line blogs including Fashionising.com, Stylezilla and Trend Hunter. Tamzen’s clients include Sony,Universal Music, NAK, Boardway Mall, Wintergarden Shopping Centre,PixelFrame, Arena, Toto, Bentleys Accountants, Fullframe. City, Westside and Quest Newspapers.
|Editorial/ Commercial Fashion Shoots||Local and International Magazines Spreads||Film/ Music/ Theatre and TV Wardrobe|
|Red Carpet/ Celebrity||Special Event Styling||Trend/Fit and Image Consultant|