Natalia is currently studying English and Drama at Goldsmiths University, and works as an assistant director and actor.
Recent assistant directing credits include The Blue Hours, European Reunion, Not the Object that Casts It (Soho Theatre), War Correspondents (Helen Chadwick Song Theatre), Medea, S/HE, and The Bloody Chamber (Goldsmiths University). Natalia has also worked with Tournament Stage Combat, the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Theatre by the Lake, and the Playbox Theatre Warwick. She is currently establishing her own theatre company and is spending the summer interning at Shakespeare's Globe.
Recent acting credits include Dora's Mother in The Sexual Neurosis of Our Parents (Goldsmiths University), the title role in Richard III (Shakespeare's Globe Summer School), and Wendy in Peter Pan (West Walls Theatre). She will be performing as Queen Jemima in The Apple Cart (KDC Theatre) later this year, and also has a small role alongside Idris Elba in A Hundred Streets, filming this summer.