Natasha grew up in suburban Melbourne with a backyard full of beetles, birds, spiders and skinks.
A lover of the planet by design, she was a professional photographer for over 20 years in both New York and Sydney-with clients including international magazines, book publishers , and projects for the UNDP.
Natasha also founded the TWIG.fm podcast channel and hosts the My Home Planet podcast (currently on hiatus).
She also created a successful pilot program with local schools, aimed at reconnecting children to nature through the creative use of technology, and is currently working on a digital platform aimed at connecting purpose driven Gen Z to impact businesses.
Natasha is an active volunteer with her local wildlife rescue organization WIRES, holds a Bachelor of Arts from UCONN, is a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, and a pre-selection judge for the New York Wild film festival.
She lives in Sydney, Australia with her family, including a cattle dog called Ziggy Longtail.