Tansy Kaschak is a journalist, artist, and activist working on global creative projects and on initiatives to address environmental and social issues.
A polyglot communicator, Tansy uses her work across all platforms and mediums to educate modern travelers on how to be more conscious and minimize the impacts of travel on the environment, and to encourage businesses to implement more sustainable practices.
Her reportage work has been featured in numerous publications including Condé Nast Traveller online and printed UK and US magazines, Vogue, Cool Hunting, A Hotel Life, and authored travel guides for Pulp Edições.
As an artist, Tansy uses video and scent to create non-verbal narratives that investigate the relationship between humans, nature, and technology, exploring how sensorial phenomena affect our individual and collective emotional memory. In 2018, she participated on Katja Loher’s solo exhibition What Is The Color Of Scent? at C24 Gallery in Chelsea, NYC and in New Delhi, India, and in 2019 participated on two shows in New York City: Mythologia Libre with artist Carlito Dalceggio, and HIGH ON HERTZ with artists Moral Tugerman and Kelsey Falter.
Tansy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and a Master’s Degree in Cinema, TV and Audiovisual Creative Projects, which combined with her expertise as a communication curator, led to fruitful collaborations with private clients and the world’s most prestigious artists and brands, helping them bring stories to life via her work with Italian Century-old printer and publisher Nava Press.