Natalie began her life-long interest in photography working at a family run camera company which specialised in supplying refurbished equipment to professionals, and has since studied photography as part of her BA HNS degree at the University of Westminster. Natalie further developed her insight into interior lighting in her work as a lighting events co-ordinater for The Unique Venues of London; in historical venues such as Kensington Palace, The V&A, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, The British Museum, Somerset House and Kew Gardens. Natalie’s debut headline exhibition at Map in Kentish Town was a great success, with dates being extended to meet demand.
Natalie’s debut exhibition works can be viewed here.
Natalie has a natural affinity with animals, allowing her to produce candid, relaxed and beautiful pet portraits in natural light.
Natalie’s fascination with animals started young, in a household full of animals – over the years the menagerie included 6 cats (several of them from rescue centres), a dog (also from a rescue centre), 2 rabbits, many pet mice and fish.
Natalie spent her childhood weekends volunteering as a dog walker for the RSPCA, and collecting spare blankets to donate for the rescued animals.
Some of the many testimonials can be found here, (at the bottom of the page)
Email Natalie at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.