Tammy is a partner with the Los Angeles based management and production company, Sandstone Artists. The company represents individuals of various creative roles in the entertainment industry primarily actors, writers and directors.
Tammy began her journey in the industry in the wardrobe department of Aaron Spelling Productions. After taking a hiatus to focus on her passion for couture clothing design, she became a talent manager in 2005.
Her clients, past and present, have been nominated for many prestigious awards including Emmy’s and Academy Awards, written and directed for multi-billion dollar franchises, starred in films for Clint Eastwood, Brian De Palma, Wolfgang Petersen, Richard Donner, Penny Marshall, Brad Furman, Chris Columbus, Denzel Washington, Martin Scorsese, and many more. She has had writers and producers work for MGM, NBC, Universal Television, CBS, USA Network, History Channel, ABC, FOX, and many others.
She was a co-executive producer on her clients film - Becky - that became the number one box office hit for the month of June in 2020. The film starred Lulu Wilson, Kevin James and Joel McHale.
Lucy's Last Song
Film (short) by Blurred Pictures Executive Producer Lucy’s Last Song is the story of a woman reconnecting with her estranged father after many years apart. As the night unfolds their wounds are exposed and dirty laundry aired. However, family bonds are strong, perhaps strong enough to weather the storm of life. A mix of drama and the supernatural set to an original music soundtrack, Lucy’s Last Song.
The Blue Mountain
Film by Andrew Greve Co-Producer In Jamaica, a U.S A.I.D worker named Jack, and his son Michael, hike to the top of Blue Mountain, hoping to see Cuba, only finding something else when they reach the summit.
Film by BoulderLight Pictures Co-Executive Producer A teenager's weekend at a lake house with her father takes a turn for the worse when a group of convicts wreaks havoc on their lives.
Invisible Brown Man
Film (short) by Roxy Shih Producer Doctors. Store clerks. Computer nerds. Indian Actors always play the same roles. But what if one Indian man decided he was done with the stereotypes? Sex and Indian food abound when T.J. (a young Indian-American) tries to claw his way out of obscurity in Hollywood. But to land the perfect acting gig, he'll first have to face down male objectification, tokenism and his own outspoken inner monologue.
Young American Dream
Film by Roger Lim Makeup Artist Attempting to reverse the disheartening memories of his late father, Eric, an AmerAsian graduate, assumes a younger athlete's identity to take back hi.
Film by David Dean Bottrell Costume Designer A Hollywood agent (dispatched to sign a "hot" new writer) and a sensitive gay man (waiting for a blind date), mistake each other for the person they were expecting to meet.
Film by Andy Lauer Co-Executive Producer A man gets in over his head by promising a woman to save her town from the local bully.