Natasha has published across a wide-range of areas. Here you'll find a short sample: a book review for Resurgence magazine, a personal essay for a lifestyle blog, and a biography of artist Anne Truitt for The University of Edinburgh
Wrung From the Dark: A Book Review of Wild by Jay Griffiths for Resurgence Magazine
Wild takes author Jay Griffiths on expeditions from the Amazon to the Arctic. In this review, Natasha explores the sensual nature of the book and its ambitious interpretation of the theme "wild".
Decisions: We Moved from NYC to Germany for The Smart Domestic
When Natasha's family moved abroad to support her husband's work on the Paris Agreement, she didn't know just how substantial a task she was undertaking. This article examines her experience of living abroad during a historic moment for climate change.
On Art, Careers, and Motherhood for The Dangerous Woman Project at The University of Edinburgh
The artist Anne Truitt was not only an exceptional maker, she was also a mother. This piece considers the intersection between her personal and professional lives. Through a close reading of the artist's journal Daybook Natasha draws parallels between Truitt's experiences in the mid-twentieth century and her own modern motherhood.