Tamsin is a highly-regarded, award-winning audio producer and director. She has produced audiobooks for most of the leading UK publishing houses, including Macmillan, Penguin, Harper Collins, Time Warner/Hachette, Random House, Hodder Headline, Chivers, and BBC Worldwide.

She has worked across all literary genres (children's fiction, teen fiction, comic fiction, popular fiction, literary fiction, crime and thrillers, sci-fi and fantasy, poetry, biography, history, journalism, politics, essays, travel, diaries etc) and directed readers ranging from David Tennant to Archbishop Desmond Tutu.  Recent titles include Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again (Frank Cotterell Boyce), Solo (William Boyd), An Officer and a Spy (Robert Harris) and Apple Tree Yard (Louise Doughty).

In 2010 she was commissioned to produce podcasts for the English National Opera website, retelling opera plots in a way that made the stories accessible to a younger audience. The authors she worked with were Sally Gardner and Ian McMillan.


Audio Publishers’ Association Awards. Gold Award and Poetry Collection of the Year, both for ‘Pretending To Be Me’, Sir Tom Courtney’s portrait of the poet Philip Larkin; Bronze Award: Poetry, for ‘Are We Nearly There Yet?’, a collection of travel poetry for children.  USA Headphones Award. 'We Shall Never Surrender' - wartime diaries from the Home Front.