Tamara Sredojevic is a creative, digital nomad & photographer who started her career in Paris, as a film editor. Back then, she did not own a camera.
In 2016, she travels to Venice which inspires her first series. Saving Venice aims to raise awareness and funds for the architectural heritage in the city.
In parallel, she travels the world for two years, working on There Was Silence to showcase architectural heritage.
In 2017, she starts What You Believe In to give voice to strangers and personalities about trust, gratitude and what it means to be a man or a woman.
In 2018, she continues to tell stories gathered in Morocco from locals, travellers and emigrated Moroccans in Micro Stories.
Today, Tamara is a strong advocate for women’s rights. She freelances for everywoman, a British company advancing women in business.
Photos du carnaval de Venise 2017 / venise1.com, February 2017
Guide to the best photo spots in Venice / Italian Notes, January 2017
Contemplative images of famous interiors without selfie-stick holding tourists / The Phoblographer, 2016
One way to help save Venice / Monica Cesarato, 2016
Top 10 ideas to find the perfect Venice gift online / The Venice Insider, 2016
Tamara Sredojevic et le CFS Venise / venise1.com, 2016