Tana Gandhi

commercial and still life photographer



Sleek. Bold. Modern.


Tana Gandhi is an Indian born first generation self-taught commercial and still life photographer. Her client roster houses names in beauty and fashion like Laura Mercier, Fossil, and Ann Taylor.

Brands seek her out for a specific style of clean, unembellished imagery that highlights strong visual themes and elevated messaging. Tana was recently awarded the Art of Freelance Staff Pick Award for her personal photo project documenting her multi-generational Ayurvedic shop in her hometown Pune, India called “100 Years of Kalidas Gandhi.”

She continues to collaborate with inspired brands to create sleek and modern imagery to bridge the gap between creativity and commerce.

Tana lives with her husband in Los Angeles and enjoys trying out new restaurants, snail mail and watching reruns of Gilmore Girls.


Laura Mercier, Nike GBI, Ann Taylor, Fossil, Lou & Grey, US Bank, ClassPass, Bolthouse Farms, Campbell Fresh, andSons Chocolatiers, Paper Chase Press, Darling Magazine, Shinola, Teleflora, Aveeno



Mentions, Features, and Interviews

Interview in Social Photography, a mobile photography book

Interview on My So-Cal'd Life talking about my rituals

Listed as Suggested User by Instagram in February 2014 and 2015

Instagram featured on BloesemBlogs

50 Instagrammers to Follow on The Muse Interview on Niche

Next Big Thing Interview on Highbrow

Interview on Wandeleur

Los Angeles Feature on Kanekin

Interview on Barclet

Interview on BLND PR

"10 Instagrammers Keeping Us On Top Of Our Visual Game" on Create Cultivate

From the Desk on Paper Chase Press


Natural Skin Remedies - Verily Magazine

Photos for Banana Nice Cream Recipe - Verily Magazine

Photos for Kale Quinoa Salad Recipe - Tina Muir

Los Angeles City Guide - The Inspire Edition

Caseology Galaxy S8 Cases - BGR

Caesar Butter Lettuce Cups Recipe - Bolthouse Farms

Spinach Cranberry Salad Recipe - Bolthouse Farms

Simon T. Bailey - Success Magazine



The Art of Freelance - Staff Pick 2018 for 100 Years of Kalidas Gandhi