TJ and Lulabell; TJ is wearing custom pieces from her New Orleans-based clothing label — "Victorianurbanite" style with an edge  — Vieux Carré 9th Ward Fashions

TJ Fisher with her dogs

"Palm Beachers" and "French Quarterites" TJ, Madame Calliope de Bourbon, Colonel Dudley Waddlesworth and Lady Scotus Cornelia LaRue pictured at the historic landmarked 1930s Addison Mizner Memorial Fountain, Palm Beach, Florida.


TJ in New Orleans. "Yikes! Okay...listen up...ahem...I'll lead the meeting...but...a little blessing may be in order...and an exorcism, too...oh yeah...f-sure...! LOL. Okey Dokey. Don't mess with me. Just. Don't. Okay, you've been forewarned. Do you know what a conniption fit is? Ever hear the description scream like a banshee? No? Well...won't this be fun... Hey, y'all, time for a 'Come to Jesus Meetin'... a lot like a sit-down."

TJ with friends Ron Boykin and "Miss Marion" Colbert, pictured at the Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society "Juleps in June" event honoring TJ's book Hearsay from Heaven and Hades: New Orleans Secrets of Sinners and Saints.


Tj and her dogs


Avengers Assemble! Madame Calliope, Colonel Dudley and TJ prepare to combat dark forces of evil.

Pink-haired TJ with Treme Brass Band snare drummer and band leader Benny Jones, Sr., pictured outside Louis Armstrong Park.

Rebellious redhead TJ arrives at Beauregard-Keyes House (c. 1826).
"In what other city could you possibly ... decide to wear a headdress of
feathers plunked atop your head?"
— TJ Fisher quote from Orléans Embrace

Tina, Elvis, TJ and Cher lead a celebration to mark triumph over sorrow.

TJ takes an Easter Sunday stroll through the French Quarter.

Mr. Easter Bunny and TJ on Chartres, near St. Louis Cathedral.

Which way to the parade and Easter egg hunt?

(Right to left) TJ, Roy F. Guste, Jr. and Louis Sahuc at the French Quarter book launch celebration for Orléans Embrace with The Secret Gardens of the Vieux Carré.

TJ stands next to a blowup poster of Orléans Embrace with The Secret Gardens of the Vieux Carré front cover — pictured at the Café Amelie Princess of Monaco Courtyard, one of the French Quarter’s famed
secret gardens.

TJ and "French Quarter Dog" Colonel Dudley Boudreaux Waddlesworth.

A moment captured in time; TJ and her "twin flame" soul-mate.

TJ stands in front of her storied French Quarter house on Bourbon Street, yes, real people really do live on Bourbon; the revelry and reverie of Rue Bourbon is like no other street in the world.

The "dark side" of TJ bears an uncanny resemblance to Hollywood legend Loretta Young.

TJ conjures up the glamour, mystique and sophistication of Hollywood's Golden Era in a Vogue and Harper's Bazaar-style fashion pose.

TJ poses with one of the famed French Quarter characters — a talented
street performer.

TJ and longtime French Quarter figure "Miss Marion" Colbert of Treme.