Stilt walking, angle grinding, or crooning a tune on her ukulele, Tanya is a comic performer who is always ready with a song.
Tanya is proud to work with the Humour Foundation as a Clown Doctor and Inscape Tasmania as a musician and facilitator delivering music and art to the bedside of patients and families in the Royal Hobart Hospital.
It is her passion to connect with humanity in the vulnerable state to effect healing and hope.
She has taught circus and performance skills to adults and children in Tasmania, NT and WA. Among a variety of performances in the Territory and 3 NT films, Tanya performed acting roles with Red Dust Theatre between 2004-2007, including Barracking, receiving accolades at 2007 Darwin Festival.
Since moving back to Hobart in 2008 she has co-devised and designed roving acts, working the Taste of Tasmania and other festivals and was Mole in Big Monkey's production of Wind in the Willows at the Royal Hobart Botanical Gardens in 2010/11.