I’m Natalie. A twenty-something dreamer running with the wolves.
I like: movies (I'm probably the biggest film buff you know), lots of coffee, sunny places, desert wildflowers, passport stamps, naked yoga, early mornings, anthropological ethnography's, hot baths, my lover's warmth, my father's humor, and my mother's care.
I dislike: pretentiousness, greed, cherry cough syrup, and raw bell peppers.
As a reportage photographer and writer with a focus on outdoor adventure and social impact storytelling, I am passionate about the stories, people, brands, and projects that influence an intersection of art and conversation. With an intent to be as vulnerably philosophical or poetic as need be, my work is categorized as both whimsical and journalistic. It serves as an eloquent representation of my love for the outdoors with a peculiar liking to storytelling. I enjoy the poignant, raw, funny, and quirky.
Inspired by the nostalgic feel of analog documentation, I like to primarily shoot on 35mm and 120mm film for and and all extended photo projects.
Moment, Subaru USA, United By Blue, Travel and Leisure US, Prana, KEEN Footwear, Chaco Footwear, Yoga Journal, Stocksy United, Tiny Atlas Quarterly, Urban Outfitters, Hip Camp, Air Bnb, Hyatt Andaz Hotels, Madewell, ELLE Magazine, Huawei, Keep it Wild, & many more...
Galleries and Residencies:
Solo Exhibition: 101 Mesa Downtown Gallery, RAW Artists Showcase, AAG Guild Annual Art Gallery Glendale, Chocolate and Art Show, Broadstone Arts District Artist-In-Residence Recipient