A UCLA graduate, Tatiana Zamir studied at L’Ecole de Sables, in Senegal, West Africa, and traveled to Alaska, Bulgaria, Argentina, Uruguay, Namibia, Turkey, Mexico, Israel, and Cuba as a member of the One World Dance Company.
She has danced with Contra Tiempo, an urban Latin dance theater company in Los Angeles, the Marshall Dance Company (honoring the legacy of Katherine Dunham,) Flesh & Blood, a dance theater project exploring issues of HIV/AIDS for the WAC Make Art/STOP AIDS initiative, and Santa Monica College's Folklorico and Synapse, for which she choreographed three dances: Strange Fruit, Hidden Place. and Disconnected Channel. She has trained under artists such as Ron Brown, Robert Gilliam, Liam Clancy, Peter Carpenter, Nzingha Camara, Maria Gillespie, Rennie Harris, Jeffery Paige, Karen McDonald and Babacar N’Diaye.
Tatiana has been teaching dance for over ten years at various studios, schools and youth centers. Her genuine love for dance and the desire to create something for all levels led to the creation of her popular Afro-Hip Hop Dance Workout, mainly inspired by Hip Hop and West African dance.