Spoken word performer, poet, musician, workshop facilitator and Outreach and Development Co-ordinator for Voicebox, Wrexham.
A member of Talking Doorsteps, an international spoken word collective and Spoken Witness Manchester, Natasha has worked with many national organisations including British Arts Council, Roundhouse London, BBC 1 Xtra, and National Theatre Wales.
Currently a member of National Theatre Wales TEAM Panel.
In 2015 she was commended for the Robin Reeves Prize for Young Welsh Writers and had her debut chapbook Signed Asbestos published as part of the Erbacce Prize.
Natasha has performed at nights and renowned venues across the UK including Roundhouse London, AXIS Slam, Bang Said the Gun!, Brighton Fringe Festival, Cardiff Fringe, Mouthy Poets and Voicebox.
Performed alongside Debris Stevenson, Cecilia Knapp, Xabiso Vili, Antosh Wojcik, Martin Daws, Pieter Odendaal, Adrian Von Wyk, Stephanie Finegan, Cíaran Hodgers, Ailsa Cox, Frank Thomas, Jon Compliant, Zaru Jonson, Sara Sibi and more talented wordsmiths.
Performances at Roundhouse London with International Spoken Word Collective Talking Doorsteps, Edge Hill Exclaim! 2016 at Everyman Theatre and Playhouse Liverpool and 2015 The Lowry, Manchester with BBC1Xtra and Roundhouse London in WordsFirst at Contact Manchester, at Bang! Said the Gun, as part of Apples and Snakes PoetryFilm, Headlined Cardiff Fringe Festival, part of Voicebox Collective Wrecsam, at Storm and the Golden Sky, Liverpool, at Howl Swansea, Cwtsh Newport, as part of Coleridge in Wales 2016, with Humans Against Homelessness at Antwerp Mansion, Manchester, as part of 3AM event at The Blucoat, Liverpool,Wrexham Literature Festival, North East Wales Diversity Festival, LadyFest Preston.
Facilitating workshops at RawFfest Youth Arts Festival, K.I.M Inspire, Coleg Cambria English Literature Society, Theatre Clwyd 40th Anniversary.