Tanya Doskova was born in Bulgaria in 1960. In 1985 she received her Master of Arts degree in Printmaking from The National Academy Of Arts, the Faculty of Fine Arts, Sofia, Bulgaria. From 1985 until 1990, Doskova ran her own private Art school in Sofia, Bulgaria; she also took part in many group shows run by The UBA. Her art was first published and recognized in May 1988 by 'Izkustvo', The Bulgarian Artist Magazine.
In 1990, Tanya moved from Sofia to London, UK, where she had her work presented in more than 20 group exhibitions and was featured in three solo exhibitions in Soho. From 1995 to 1997, Tanya lived in Toronto, Canada where she won five major Canadian Awards from the Canadian Association of Photographers and Illustrators (CAPIC).
From 1998 to 2002, she did computer animation and special effects for the film industry in London, UK and Vancouver, BC. Tanya worked in U2 and Ridley Scott's post-production house ‘The Mill’ as well as in Jim Henson’s Creature Shop and 'Double Negative' in England, and 'Rainmaker Entertainment' (Mainframe Entertainment) in Canada, creating special effects for the Hollywood motion pictures and TV series: 'Babe Pig in the City', 'Pitch Black', 'Action Man'
Tanya Doskova has received numerous awards in recognition for her artistic achievements. Most recently, she won the prestigious American award, the Award of Excellence in The 2010 Communication Arts Illustration Annual Competition and her images have been published in Communication Arts Magazine.