Tamsin worked as a BBC TV and Radio correspondent for 15 years. From intrigue at the Vatican to verdicts at the Old Bailey, she’s reported for Breakfast News, the Today Programme and the One O’clock News. Now freelance, she creates her own features for BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.
She studied creative writing at the Faber Academy where she began writing her debut novel The True Colours of Stella Brooks – inspired by a fascination with synaesthesia and an unexplained obsession with paint charts.
Tamsin grew up in North Yorkshire and now lives in South West London with her family.← Previous Next →