About Natasha 

Natasha is an American writer and mother based near Bath, UK. While her personal essays examine everyday life - especially motherhood - her journalism and academic work focuses on culture, climate change, and art. She is published in Resurgence, The International Journal of the Arts in Society, The University of Edinburgh's Dangerous Woman Project, and elsewhere.

Natasha also collaborates with artists from a range of disciplines. Her work as a producer with Platform, an artist-activist organisation based in London for 25 years, included a major exhibition and programme of events at the Southwest's leading contemporary art gallery, The Arnolfini in Bristol, UK. Her current collaboration with London-based photographer Grace Gelder makes visible the hidden life of domestic work. The series, titled "Doing Nothing", is featured at Goldsmith University's Women's Art Library, and has been presented at University of Cumbria's Institute of the Arts (UK). 

Natasha holds a Masters of Arts in Arts and Cultural Management from Dartington College of Arts (UK) and, designed her own Bachelors degree in Interdisciplinary Art: Visual Art, Creative Writing, and Violin Performance at The University of Minnesota (USA). Her first career was as a violinist in Minneapolis, Minnesota.