Natasha is a composer based in the UK. In October 2019 she graduated from the University of Oxford, where she wrote incessantly for student films and plays which debuted around Oxford and the Edinburgh Fringe. This included a sell out run of Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, as well as projects with Kotei Productions, Fairholme Films, and Orange Whisky Productions.
Natasha is now based near London, and despite the pandemic has been busy writing for a number of projects including a musical with Glasgow-based Shock Horror Theatre, a number of Indie games, but most recently a highly successful tour of The Snow Queen: A Christmas Fairytale Ballet (Frankly Speaking Productions). The outdoor, covid-safe production toured the South East of England and Oxfordshire over the Christmas period, delighting audiences wherever it went.
Natasha's music is noteworthy for its ability to complement the scene/piece for which it is written. She is comfortable scoring for numerous mediums and as well as being versed in a wide range of genres; from chiptunes to orchestral. Furthermore, in her music, she often employs compelling melody paired with a contemporary approach to harmony, creating music that is gripping and intriguing.
In addition, Natasha is an accomplished pianist, mezzo-soprano and musical director. Most recently she having worked as an accompanist and assistant musical director for Blenheim Palace choir (the birthplace of Winston Churchill) as well as musical director for Moving On Theatre and the Green Templeton College Choir.
Natasha is a multi-award winning composer from London, based in Los Angeles. She is a two-time BAFTA scholar and in May 2023 she won the coveted BMI Composer Award, which is regarded as the most prestigious prize for young composers in the Western Hemisphere- previous winners have included composing legends such as Phillip Glass and John Adams.
Natasha has worked on the music team of numerous large-scale projects for Sony Playstation, Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO, Disney + and Meta including Netflix's One Piece Live Action (2023), The Exorcist: Believer (2023), Red, White and Royal Blue (2023), Death Stranding II: On The Beach (Playstation 2025) to name a selection.
In addition she has composed for a multitude of independent films with prominent directors from all over the world, most recently Cartes dir Rhym Guissé (2024, Some Kind Of Paradise dir. Nicholas Finegan (2024), Deep Into The Forest dir. Violet Liu (2024).
Furthermore, she has been featured on CBS News and New Music USA for her work, and her music has been performed globally; from St. Petersburg to San Fransisco.
Natasha is a graduate of The University of Oxford and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. In her spare time you will find her drinking tea and playing the banjo!