Natalie is an artist, illustrator and graphic designer.
As a graphic designer with over ten years professional experience, Natalie has worked in several education publishing houses in London, and currently works for a major magazine publisher.
On the illustration front, Natalie was delighted to exhibit her work as part of Cluster Collective in Shoreditch, February 2018. And she has collaborated with author, Dr Stephen Curran on a children’s book called Victoria’s Lost Children, which is due for publication in 2019.
The Portraits were exhibited in their entirety at a solo exhibition in Norwich in August 2018. It was the first and last time the fourteen hyper-realistic portraits would be viewed as an entire collection as two of the portraits have gone to new homes, care of The Sainsbury Centre and an anonymous buyer. Three of the portraits will be on exhibition in London this May.
In July 2017 Natalie gave an enormously successful presentation to an audience of artists and creatives in Chongqing, China. You can read more about the trip to China and the presentation in the blog.
She completed her MA in Sequential Design/Illustration at the University of Brighton in 2010. Her MA project was a 230-page visual walkthrough of William Gibson’s cyberpunk novel Neuromancer.
Natalie welcomes opportunities and commissions for illustration, graphic design and art projects. Existing artwork is available for licensing; see Illustration for a gallery of images that are available for licensing.