Natasha is a printmaker who specialises in making work that is tailored to the built environment and public spaces. She is interested in the ways that decorative methods can also help to connect us to the stories, surroundings and materials linked to specific locations, buildings or objects. The possibilities of using pattern in order to shift the overall sense of space and atmosphere in a room, or of using points of detail to bring focus to specific features drives her use of tiling, carving and mural painting.
This work often leads her to work collaboratively, whether in illustrating the work of scientific researchers, developing workshops for members of the public or sharing skills and projects with other designers and makers.
She is currently studying on the Building Arts Programme 2020, run in collaboration with The Prince’s Foundation, in order to combine her knowledge of printmaking, painting and surface decoration with other crafts. Natasha hopes that these new skills will allow her to respond to building related briefs with a more holistic understanding of the forms, materials and structures involved.