Natalija Gormalova is a photographer and filmmaker based in Accra, Ghana. At the age of 17 she moved to London where she studied Photography at the LCC and later received scholarship to study Masters in Photography at the Royal College of Art.
In her photographic works Natalija explores social and environmental issues, global migration, shifting cultures and identities. In Accra she is part of a creative collective called Afrodistrict that aims at
breaking stereotypes and changing perceptions of Africa through visual storytelling.
She moved to Ghana in 2015 and since than she has been creating work across the continent. Her photographic works have been published in The New York Times, The National Geographic, The Washington Post etc. Currently Natalija lives in Accra, Ghana and works as a freelance photographer and filmmaker for various media outlets and international NGO’s.