Paulette Tavormina was born in 1949 in Rockville Centre, New York. She is largely a self-taught photographer well known for her work creating painterly still life photographs. Tavormina’s initial interest in the medium stemmed her time in the 1980s working on corporate advertising campaigns researching, creating, and styling props for photographs.
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