Natalie worked as a photographer and ran an award-winning Social Enterprise specializing in live music before beginning a career in observational documentary.
From Dukes and Duchesses to deprived communities, she has worked on a range of productions, both in small teams with Jane Treays and Michael Waldman and for larger fixed-rig shows. Most recently, Natalie has DV directed on 24 Hours in Police Custody and Dragonfly’s new BBC1 series about the London Ambulance Service. Often working with vulnerable contributors involving sensitive access and complex filming schedules, she is now working with Sue Bourne on her next film for the BBC.
“Natalie has been an exceptional colleague. Her shooting is exemplary, with the people she films she is brave and diplomatic in equal measure and crucially she knows how to find the heart of a story.”
Simon Ford, Executive Producer