Natasha is of mixed Dene and eastern European heritage, of the Deer Clan from the community Mattagami First Nation, and is based in Toronto, Canada.
Her past work in advocacy, media-making and project coordination has brought her to many places, nations, and waters; all of which have contributed to her growth and practice as an artist. She has had a varied early career from coordinating and assisting for short-form independent projects to coproducing works and editing video for both non-profit organizations and collaborative projects within the Toronto Indigenous community.
Working primarily as a media maker of documentary content and installations using natural materials, projections, video, and sound; she has presented work at the imagineNATIVE Film Festival, the Toronto Reference Library, Allan Gardens park, and the Ontario Science Centre. She is also currently the manager of the Indigenous Arts Program at the Toronto Arts Council.