Released in 2006 under Tamara's personal label, Mukwa Music, this self-titled album won 2 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards for Best Female Artist and Best Songwriter and an American Indian Film Award for "Meegwetch" which won Best Music Video.
Released under Tamara's 'pseudonym,' Ceshia Anaquod, this album is written in Anishnaabemowin (Plains Ojibway language) and has a Folk/Traditional style.
As the lead singer and lyricist of the ambient/electronica Los Angeles band, SPIRIT NATION, Tamara launched her recording career with the album WINTER MOONS, which was nominated for Best Group at the 2002 Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards.
Sterlin Harjo's critically acclaimed feature film which won Tamara a Special Jury Prize for Acting at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, as well as an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Miri Smallhill.
Season 1 & 2 of the CBC Comedy series THE REZ, inspired by the film DANCE ME OUTSIDE, based on the story and characters of W.P. Kinsella.
A Native Cinema cult classic. Directed by Bruce MacDonald and produced by Norman Jewison. Based on the stories and characters of W.P. Kinsella.
Peter Buffet's Multi-Media Native Musical. Starring Brandon Oakes, Tamara Podemski and Hawk Pope. Recorded live in Philadelphia.