Tamala was born in Georgetown Guyana, grew up in London and now lives in South East London.
Tamala’s love for communication and creativity began at the age of 5, when she would write stories and role play as a news reporter with her cousins.
After completing her BA in journalism, Tamala went on to write for UK publications Flavour magazine, Pride women’s magazine, South London Press and Keep the Faith, and, in 2012, she published her first children’s book ‘Spaghetti and Cheese please!’.
Going into her third year at Premier, as a digital producer Tamala has produced and presented Chatterbox, a topical weekly feature on Premier Gospel, directed, produced and edited the documentaries: ‘The D Word: A personal look at divorce and the Church’ and ‘Can you be woke and be a Christian?’ and has written content for the premier platforms.
A massive lover of family time, films, writing and travelling to Guyana, in her free time Tamala enjoys quality time with her loved ones and posting up a blog or two.
Fun Fact: During her school and college years, she would often be referred to as a ‘chatterbox’, and a school friend even gave her a Miss Chatterbox card one year for Christmas!