Nat has won places on a number of competitive talent schemes, including BFI Network and Film London’s Microwave scheme in 2016.
She won funding through the Shakespeare’s Sister scheme run by Film London and the Arts Council to direct her first short film, WYRDOES. It is a comedy version of Macbeth.
She has written and will direct The Clean Up, produced by Mighty Atom Entertainment and selected as part of the Film London Microwave scheme.
She directed War Paint, written by Yasmine Akram and produced by Diarmuid Hughes, backed by Creative England's Emerging Talent fund and now being developed into a feature.
Nat is working on a comedy horror called Murder Fans with Mini Productions.
She often adapts novels, benefitting from her experience as an author and screenwriter and is currently adapting Spilt Milk Black Coffee by Helen Cross for Mighty Atom Entertainment.
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