Natalie is an actor, poet, writer, filmmaker, & graphic artist based in Los Angeles, CA. In her literary work she seeks to explore & interfere with the experience of language by examining its etymological & emotional sources, combining linguistic forms with other mediums, & blurring the line between fact, fiction, & memory.

She is a classically trained actor & an alumna of the Andrew Wood Acting Studio & the Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles; & the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. In addition to appearances in film, television, & on stage she also regularly works behind the scenes as a screenwriter, executive producer, & director for endeavours of all shapes & sizes. She is currently at work on several projects; including two independent feature films, & Bones, an experimental short film at the intersection of poetry & filmmaking.

Natalie holds a Certificate in Classical Acting from RADA, a B.A. in Literary Studies/Poetry from Eugene Lang College, The New School For Liberal Arts, & an M.F.A in Writing & Hybrid Poetry from California Institute of the Arts. She regularly publishes poetry, creative criticism, & prose.

View her theatrical resume, academic CV, or visual art gallery for more information & samples of her recent works.