Natalie is experienced in single camera shooting, multi-camera shoots with crew, working with talent/presenters and contributors on location, in studio set-up environments and with 4K workflows. From self-shooting actuality, master interviews, gallery directing and fixed-rig productions, Natalie’s work has also included studio entertainment and live OB events coverage.
Having worked with award-winning crew and Directors throughout her career, Natalie enjoyed a BAFTA preview for a documentary she filmed for the legendary Sue Bourne, and a 90-minute-special documentary, part of a landmark series, she shot received a Grierson Awards nomination.
Before a career in television, Natalie ran an award-winning social enterprise for five years, producing multi-platform content and over five-hundred hours of live radio broadcasts while providing training and industry experience for undergraduates and postgraduates and the wider-community. She was a national finalist in a UK competition for new digital-content creators and awarded a ‘Creative Enterprise Award’ for work supporting individuals gain professional industry experience and providing a platform to showcase their talents and skills on.
Natalie has always mentored new entrants in the industry, particularly those from a spectrum of under-represented groups. Mentoring, teaching and nurturing the next generation of content-creators across a range of creative industries including television, photography, radio, creative business enterprise, music, events and studio production. Natalie has formerly been a practitioner for Media Production workshops and a mentor to those entering the industry through the Edinburgh TV Festival The Network and BFI's Rising Stars in Film and TV training schemes. It is this experience, along with her passion for supporting people who want to learn industry skills and develop knowledge, that this role as Lecturer really excites her.