Frances Tulk-Hart is an artist. She is a photographer, an illustrator and she sings in the band Love Taps with her husband Rossi. She is a Brit who moved to the US many moons ago and now has a funny accent that, some say, makes her sound Norwegian. She is also a mum to two little girls who have completely changed her life.
Frances moved to NYC nineteen years ago. She was a stylist for about 8 years, before turning her hand to photography and now painting as well. She was also in a girl bike gang who would cycle around the city drinking take out margaritas. Tulk-Hart has been shooting now for roughly 12 years and painting for 5. Some time ago she started a personal project called 5minuteswithfranny.com where she photographs and talks to people about life, love and how they got to where they are today. It is a labor of love.
Writing books is also trying to shoulder its way into the mix. Up at 4.30am and in bed by 8.30pm this, she thinks, has a good shot of happening. Being able to stand by her wild child reputation, with a bed time as early as that…..nice try Franny!
These days you can find Frances and her family watching baby bunnies frolicking in their back yard at sunset. Having recently moved to the bucolic countryside of New England, Frances finally learnt how to drive a car. While she loves this new form of freedom Tulk-Hart still opts to take the train to work, finding all roads that lead to NYC to be hazardous to her new found inner peace.
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