Tameron has orchestrated an eclectic range of music video, television, live concert, documentary, still photography, and commercial projects. Her career began in music publishing and artist development in the vast landscape of great Nashville talent in rock, alternative, and country music.
In April of 2014, Tameron was awarded the Academy of Country Music (ACM) Music Video of the Year for “Highway Don’t Care” featuring Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift, and Keith Urban. Previously, in 2010, she received her first ACM Award for Miranda Lambert’s “White Liar”. In 2009 she received a Dove Award for TobyMac’s live concert DVD, “Alive & Transported”. Her work has also been recognized by nominations from the Inspirational Country Music Awards (ICM), the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA), Country Music Association (CMA) and the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (The Grammys).
With Nashville, Tennessee as her home, Tameron has strong ties to the community and has served many causes over the years, including: The Nashville Food Project, Nashville CARES, The Sexual Assault Center, The Salvation Army, The Home Foundation, Alzheimer’s Foundation of America, and Sacred Space for the City. Tameron earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of Alabama.
As an undergrad, she also studied British literature and history at Oxford University and has pursued further academic study in literature, psychology, photography, art history, and theology. Tameron holds professional membership in The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS), Country Music Association (CMA), and The Academy of Country Music (ACM). She currently resides in Nashville, TN where she enjoys goddaughters, dogs, yoga, hiking, travel, studying French, music, reading, and great films.