Hello, I am Natasha part of the National Trust’s London Project working as the Programme Coordinator since October 2012.
I’ve been involved in art project work for five and a half years now. I last worked freelance for Dartington Hall Trust on the RedBall UK project and immediately prior to that at Modern Art Oxford. I have also worked for Whitechapel Gallery and other arts organisations inLondon.
I have a passionate belief in the power of the arts to give people new perspectives, particularly about place. I have mostly worked on projects that bring art into new contexts and aim to change people’s experience of a specific place, sparking new ideas, understandings and connections.
I became interested in working for the National Trust when I realised that they were interested in bringing places to life in new and innovative ways rather than just being focused on conservation – and also that the National[...] read more
The 50 Things team has won a flurry of awards, beating some of the biggest consumer and digital campaigns this year.
On 4 October the 50 Things online experience captured the imagination of judges at the Fresh Awards with its creative content, scooping the top accolade for the Public Sector category,[...] read more
SurreyHills - National Trust Taking the final steps to restore our iconic heathland site at Hindhead Common and the Devil's Punch Bowl.
Work to remove trees and shrubs along the line of the old A3 road inSurreywill open up some of the long lost views and allow wildlife to migrate. Since[...] read more