Tallyn Brown

“For me, truly, life is art”

Tallyn Brown, Studio Administrator & Photographer

Tallyn Brown is head of all matters organisational at Performance Frontiers. Her work combines substantial experience in the administrative profession with a passion for all things creative. She loves the ‘human’ element in business, having engaged with diverse stakeholders through her professional life from customers to SME’s and specialist providers. 

Tallyn has worked as a photographer and videographer across a range of contexts including arts, sports and studio work. At present she is particularly interested in capturing the art of dance.  She also boasts qualifications in film and media production.  A well-rounded “imagineer”, she is a welcome addition to our in-house collective of creatives. 

Excited to elevate our studio’s functioning to the next level, Tallyn also thrives from flexing her creative capabilities in the many projects that come across her desk. She believes in the deep importance of the ‘visual’ element for human learning and experiential play. 

Outside work, and her other creative projects, Tallyn is a competitive figure skater, so for her, truly, life is art. 

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