I’m Natalie. As a reportage photographer and writer focused on travel and adventure storytelling, I am passionate about the stories, people, brands, and projects that influence an intersection of art and lifestyle. With an intent to be as vulnerably philosophical or poetic as need be, my work is categorized as both whimsical and journalistic. It is an eloquent representation of my love for the outdoors, with a particular liking for visual expression.
I’ve worked with brands such as Subaru, Air BnB, United By Blue, Urban Outfitters, Travel and Leisure, Chaco Footwear, Madwell, and many more.
Photography has transformed my life into an ethereal sense of token passion, an insight into the present moment. What first began as a hobby has since become a full-blown professional career. However, pain points are a part of the process, and I wanted to give insight into what those look like. Take what I say with a grain of salt as I continue to blossom just like anybody else.
Alright, let’s get into it. Here are five things I wish I had known when I began my photography career.