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Last year Tamzin co-starred in the Indie film, Copenhagen, and I’ve got I’ve recently just finished the film and have made 125 HD captures of Tamzin from the film for you guys.

It’s a really lovely and moving film, if you haven’t gotten the chance to see it yet – it’s now available on VOD and Netflix.




Season two is upon us, Heathens and photos are beginning to appear out of thin air. The first photos came into the hands on Entertainment Weekly and now IGN has shared some as well. I’ve got both sets for Tamzin uploaded to the gallery.

Once I’ve got HQ’s, these versions will get replaced with the better quality ones.




Today is Tamzin’s 28st birthday and that’s a big year for anybody! I want to take this time to celebrate it with all of you, from far and wide and all ages. Tamzin’s been a wonderful light and inspiration to many lives, myself included, and I know many of you fans feel the same. She is incredibly sweet and supportive and I can’t thank her enough for all that she does. I hope she has the happiest of birthday’s and another amazing year.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TAMZIN!




Tamzin was featured in the Belle & Sebastian video for ‘Nobody’s Empire’, in it she stands in for frontman Stuart Murdoch and I’ve got some HD captures from the video now in the gallery:

Tamzin is also the model for the album cover!




Holy crap. That’s all I have to say about the Salem season finale, if you haven’t watched it then you’re in a for many huge surprises, and if you have already seen it then you’ve probably watched it a few more times like I have.

Sadly we don’t see Salem back on our screens until April of 2015, but in the meantime I’m sure there will be Salem re-watches a plenty, and relive your favorite Anne moments by sifting through the gallery. I’ve got 135 HD files from it, but be warned about spoilers if you haven’t caught up yet. The image link is under the cut.

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Back in 2012 Tamzin starred in a TV Mini-Series called The Mystery of Edwin Drood, it was a BBC production based off the Charles Dickens novel of the same name.

An exploration of Charles Dicken’s unfinished work in which the mystery of the murder of Edwin Drood is examined.

I’ve uploaded over 492 HD captures of Tamzin between both parts to the gallery.

Part 1:

Part 2: