Located in Narrm (Melbourne), AUS – On Jackson Street is a small business run by freelancer Tatanja Ross. Tatanja is a Tokelauan artist, who was born in Aotearoa and has lived in Australia since her early teenage years.
She graduated from RMIT Communication Design in 2014, and has spent the last two years in Narrm building a portfolio of commercial and personal projects with friends and clients alike.
On Jackson Street is a platform for sharing and creating work that can branch from photography and videographer, through to design and illustration. Tatanja particularly enjoys working alongside artists, and loves shooting studio interior, portrait photography and artist profile films. She is also passionate about telling Pacific stories, and belongs to the art collective, New Wayfinders; Pasifika/Oceanic people of the diaspora connecting and exploring their cultural identities through art-making and community events. She works to centre and amplify the voices of QTIPOC.
Always open for new projects, collaborations and feedback. Get in touch and say hello.
On Jackson Street acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet and create. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present, and recognise that Aboriginal sovereignty was never ceded.