TSD Photography owner Tanya Dronoff will be displaying her artwork for the first time during a meet and greet on Friday, March 13th, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. at the Artisan Cafe in Janesville.
Tanya says she got her first camera, a Polaroid for her high school graduation, and it was a growing love of photography from there. With a variety of lenses and knowledge, she guided herself from macro to wildlife and landscapes. She says, “going out in our deserts and over state lines, everything I looked at helped me in my creative desires to capture that WOW factor.”
Tanya was born in Connecticut, lived on the beaches of Costa Rica, and moved to Susanville where her father Boris and brother Darrin opened County Cleaners in the 1980’s.
Dronoff says that, “Somewhere along the way the memories I have held over the years and those I continue to create, have given me the desire to try harder and fulfill a bucket list. I have experienced exceptional photo opportunities like wild horses, a rare cougar mom with two youngsters and even taking photos of paw prints in freshly fallen snow belonging to the tagged wolf named Journey (OR7) that has been tracked over many miles and state lines. I consider myself very lucky to have experienced what I have and can’t wait for what is in store for me in the future.”
Please join Tanya for her first ever Meet and Greet at The Artisan Cafe in Janesville on Friday, March 13th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.