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Hey! I'm Tania Heath.

My pronouns are she/they.

I'm a settler living in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador/Ktaqmkuk. I identify as a queer, gender-nonconforming woman, and I have a trans agender partner. I say this mainly because a) being queer is awesome and I am proud of my identity and community, b) queer love is so special, and c) my partner is incredible but they despise their photo being taken which is truly a cruel joke considering I'm a photographer, so pleeeeease let me take your photo. PLEASE!

I came out in my 30s and it was a weird and wild time that came with a lot of questioning and reflecting about myself and the world around me. Being queer has now heavily influenced just about everything...from my professional life - to my personal life - to the way I like to photograph.

I like to challenge the heteronormative and patriarchal ways in which our society works. I don't subscribe to the boxes we are put in and the roles that are expected of us. And I certainly don't subscribe a certain way to take photos.

For almost the entirety of me owning a nice camera I was looking for "my style" because that's what I saw other folks doing and that's what thought I needed to do to be considered "a good photographer." But AHHH that sounds like just another box to me. So I reject it!


The way I shoot and edit photos depends on who you are, what you're feeling, what the photos are for, and the vibes we ride during the shoot. And usually the vibes are real good and a lil' bit weird.

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