Work experience

Work experience
Oct 2014 - Present

Freelance Photographer

The Village Voice

Photograph arts, culture, and news for Village Voice website.

Jan 2014 - May 2014

Photo Intern/Freelance Reporter,

  • Photographed for health story "Rx in the Bx,” featured on NPR.ORG
  • Produced multimedia project including audio, video, written, and photo pertaining to NYC horse carriage debate
  • Photograph news including Gov. Chris Christie, Mayor Bill de Blasio, closing of Auburn House, Chinese New Year, Tech Week
  • Photograph features on Obamacare's effect in Newark, NYC horse carriage debate, Health in the Bronx(“ Rx in the Bx”)
Aug 2013 - May 2014

Freelance Reporter

The Mott Haven Herald
  • Covered immigration issues in the South Bronx as a student at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, many of which were published in the Herald.
  • Covered daily news events and feature stories as a writer and photographer.
Jan 2013 - Jul 2013

Executive Producer

Movieguide TV
  • Filmed and edited interviews on the red carpet and studio interviews w/personalities such as Harrison Ford, Mark Burnett, and Kirsten Dunst.
  • Filmed and edited weekly movie review segments for the Hallmark Channel.
  • Produced multimedia coverage from San Diego Comic-Con 2013 and Cannes Film Festival 2012 including written, photo, and video updates.
  • Managed Social Media


Dec 2014

M. A.

CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Jun 2011

B. S.

Portland State University

Video Portfolio



Social Media

Tradition social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), as well as distribution applications like Hootsuite, Buffer, and Tweetdeck.


Audio editing software

FilmIc Pro

iPhone advanced video recording app


iPhone video editing app


iPhone video editing app

Motion Graphics


Adobe Premiere

Final Cut Pro X

Adobe After Effects

Photoshop CS


Nov 2014 - Present

Berlin Capital Program

Fulbright Commission
Natalie is one of 15 young American journalists invited to Germany in 2014 to “visit important Germany media and German political and cultural institutions” and partake in seminars and workshops.