Natalie is a photographer whose work attempts to combine journalism with experimental forms to produce alternative visual perspectives of various socio-cultural phenomena, with a specific focus on women’s issues, post-Colonial and post-war narratives in Sri Lanka.
She has been published several times in the role freelancer, fixer, columnist and associate editor for several media outlets and been exhibited in Sri Lanka, South Asia, UK and Germany. In 2012, she was invited to speak at Sri Lanka’s first TEDx talks and as a guest speaker at the Photographic Society of Sri Lanka. Natalie also did a stint at British Council in Sri Lanka, functioning as its Head of Arts for 2½ -years. In 2018 she won a grant to attend John Stanmeyers (NatGeo/VII Photo) narrative photography masterclass. Her most current work, was commissioned by the Royal Geographical Society and was in exhibit from the 30th November at RGS in London.