Tammy-Louise Wilkins is a literature, philosophy and photography student based in Gloucestershire.

from the age of ten, Wilkins dreamed of following in the footsteps of her literary inspirations – such as William Shakespeare and Christina Rossetti – and produce tales too poignant not to affect a person. it wasn’t until she was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome in 2011 that she put pen to paper and finally wrote that one story that always perched upon the tip of her tongue to tell.

since then, Wilkins has gone on to publish five poetry anthologies and has dipped her toes into reciting stories visually. her first photographic novel, oxygen will be released EARLY 2017.