Hello! I’m Natasha.
My creative journey started very early after I studied art and design, which included specialist painting, and life drawing. I’ve also studied painting and decorating. I got my first taste for creativity working on the MTV awards, working as an assistant scenic artist before moving onto the Disney channel. Working alongside two main scenic artists, I gained experience in scenic painting and specialist painting both here and abroad. I have also worked for a scenic build company where I helped to build various sets for the Loreal awards and the West end. My painting and decorating qualification have also been extremely useful in helping us to renovate our period properties.
I took a turn of career and wanted to look into other passions Travel.
Move on 14 years of flying long or British Airways and experiencing many different cultures from around the world, I’ve decided to go back to my roots of art and creativity. My job with British Airways has given me many valuable skills. Working with new teams every flight means that I have developed strong organisational skills and I can work within time constraints whilst maintaining a professional manner.
The people skills I’ve gained, and cultures I have seen has allowed me to work part-time on my creative passions of styling, interiors and property development. I am great with a hammer and paintbrush! I have a passion for floristry thanks to my mother who was a florist at Longhams, and also antiques, thanks to my father’s passion for history and antique fairs.
One of my first jobs was spent at an interior design practice in Battersea where I helped to develop ideas for a large development in Clapham Common. My duties here included sourcing various props to style the show flat for its launch. It gave me confidence in sourcing and creating mood boards and presentations.
I’ve featured in ‘Style At Home’ magazine, where I styled and sourced the Christmas look for my home, which was fantastic. After this, I was invited to a White Company photoshoot for the day. This was very exciting and opened my eyes to the amazing stylists who worked alongside the brand to create the look for autumn 2020.
I am currently working alongside Ed Robinson and Sarah Hubacher on the BBC’s Interior Design Masters series 3 as one of the stylists on the show. Ive been involved in prop sourcing for the studio space from the begining and dressing the studio.
I have worked for an Interior Design Company dressing highend housing developments within the southeast region. Between dates working for Sainsbury’s shooting for there online/multi media platfroms styling on set Habitat/Sainsburys homeware.
I have recently finished working on George Clarke’s old house new home series 7 & 8 this has given me experience in TV and developed my understanding of the importance of preparation needed to complete projects. Working to tight budgets and always being prepared for changes within a schedule.
Working with the fantastic Nikki Bradley who has taught me a great number of skills needed to ensure a project runs smoothly. Attention to detail and being organised, a quality I have strengthened whilst working on the show.
I have worked for Guinot a beauty brand for there Christmas 2020 campaign for multimedia and print. I created and styled the look as well as sourcing props, and designing the set.
Continuing from this project I came up with the concept/look for an eco brand.
I am based near Gatwick airport, a 45min train ride away from London and I have a clean drivers licence.
I look forward to meeting you very soon. I also make a great cup of tea or coffee. : )