As a professional photographer for many years, living in both New York and Sydney, Australia,  has worked for many advertising and editorial clients, including Martha Stewart Living, Murdoch Books, Editions Du Chene, Departures and Canon USA, as well as an assignment to Mali, West Africa for the United Nations.

She has also taught workshops at the Bonsai Society of Sydney. Her fine art work has been auctioned at Sotheby's and sold to collectors. It has also been shown at various exhibitions including The Gramercy Art Fair, Chicago Art Fair, the Art of Photography show in New York, and at Blender Gallery in Sydney. Her photographs also hang permanently in the hallways and reception areas of several American and South Pacific hotels. More recently Natasha has also begun shooting TVC's for clients such as Bing Lee and Flower Power.

Natasha has been passionate about the earth since she was able to crawl around outside and discover the beauty of other creatures at her eye level.  As an advocate for the environment, she volunteers for her local wildlife rescue org and has seen, first hand, the effects of water scarcity while on assignment photographing water systems in W. Africa for the UN.

 Recently Natasha produced an environmental book entitled One Hundred and One Reasons to Get Out of Bed, which asks environmental advocates and thought leaders-including Jane Goodall, Sylvia Earle, Louie Psihoyos and Richard Branson, what gets them out of bed and why.