“Flowers, Plants, and Butterflies” by Tamzin Haughton
Tamzin Haughton is a talented photographer from England who just debuted her photo exhibit “Flowers, Plants, and Butterflies” at The Farmer’s Daughter. Guests sipped champagne while viewing her nature-inspired photography at the opening party.
Tell us about ‘flowers, plants, and butterflies’ and what the inspiration behind this project was?
What are you working on next?
Waterskiing in Lake Annecy and my next solo exhibitions in Paris and London. The prints will be bigger!
What are you favorite local hangouts around The Farmer’s Daughter?
The Taschen book store, the Apple Store at The Grove, the food markets and dancing at Giorgio’s.
Top favorite albums of all time?
Lou Reed ‘Transformer’ Fleetwood Mac ‘Rumours’ everything by The Beatles, The Stones ‘Sticky Fingers’, Nirvana ‘Nevermind’ The Doors ‘The Doors’ The B52′s, Neil Young ‘Harvest’ Prince ‘Purple Rain’ Blondie ‘Parallel Lines’…too many more to mention!
What does “Do it at the Daughter” mean to you?
I’ll tell you after a cocktail.