Tamra's producing for film, TV and multi-media includes the award-winning feature film "A Walk Into The Sea: Danny Williams and The Warhol Factory" as well as all episodes of Disney's “The Science of Imagineering” series. A documentary she directed and produced “Rats To Roses” (profiling the importance of community gardens and the forces that all too often threaten their existence) was nominated for a NY Emmy, won a Showtime award and later aired on the Sundance Channel (“The Sierra Club Chronicles,” hosted by Daryl Hannah).
Tamra also directed and produced “A New Hope,” a documentary about teens in Israel who are working to demonstrate peaceful co-existence as an achievable reality. She won a Telly Award for a promo series she produced and directed. TV production includes work for A&E, ABC, AMC, Disney, The History Channel, The Biography Channel, VH1, Court TV, TLC, MTV, MSG, Oxygen and more. Additional projects include producing a web-series about animal rescue sponsored by Dawn, worldwide travel documentaries (EquatorHD), and international film festival campaigns for ReelzChannel. Tamra also worked with "Love Thy Nature" advisory board member Holly Mosher on her documentary "Bonsai People."
Tamra’s website is www.tamrave.com.