Natalie is finishing off her third year studying a Bachelor of Acting from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (2019-2021). She also has her ATCL in Musical Theatre from Trinity College where she received a distinction. Natalie was a music scholarship holder at Matthew Flinders Anglican College on the Sunshine Coast, Australia (2013-2018) where she studied high school. Prior to that, she went to elementary school at the American School In Japan in Tokyo (2007-2012).
Natalie has extensive stage experience in Australia and internationally. She is a young, hard working, passionate performer with a deep love for live theatre.
She recently was directed by Lee Lewis in her Queensland Theatre debut in their 2021 production of the The Laramie Project where she played multiple roles.
Natalie was an actor as well as producer and composer of I Am Woman, Hear Me in the Anywhere Theatre Festival in 2021. She also originated the role of Pepper in the debut production when performed at the Wynnum Fringe Festival in late 2020.
At the Queensland Conservatorium, Natalie starred as Angellica in Aphra Behnn's The Rover directed by Jacqui Somerville. In Twelfth Night, Natalie played the role of Feste as well as composed the music for this colourful production. She is now currently in Mr Burns as Bart directed by Daniel Evans and also wrote the music for the third act musical spectacular.
In Tokyo, Japan, Natalie performed Disturbance The Musical for its debut performance in 2019 where she played the Neighbour's Daughter. Her first professional production was also in Japan at age 10 where she was in the children's chorus of Horipro Productions' Joseph and His Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in 2011! This was a touring professional company from the United States.
Other highlights include: Legally Blonde (2018) (Buderim Youth Theatre) - Elle Woods, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (2018) (Lind Theatre) - Marcy Park, Alice, Dorothy, Wendy (2016) (Horizon Theatre Festival ) - Lead Vocalist and more.
Full resume available upon request.
Natalie has discovered her love for screen acting through her degree at the Queensland Conservatorium. She recently partook in a two week film intensive program in Winton, Outback Queensland run by the Griffith Film School. She created and acted in several short films including The Swagman directed by Kiara Mezzina. See WATCH to view the short film.
Natalie has been in other film projects including End Badly (2021) written by Brisbane author, director and playwright Claire Christian. See WATCH to view the short film.
She has been an extra in a few films including Netflix film Romance On the Menu (2020).
Natalie is an advanced vocalist, composer, singing teacher and music director with an appreciation for all genres on music.
She has written music several productions including the Queensland Conservatorium's production of Twelfth Night (2020) and Mr Burns (2021) where she wrote several vocal and instrumental pieces. In both productions, she was also the music director and vocal coach.
Natalie also composed the score for I Am Woman, Hear Me which was performed in the Anywhere Theatre Festival in 2021.
Otherwise, Natalie has composed several stand-alone pieces with her specialities in classical, musical theatre, and pop genres. Head over to the WATCH page to see more.
Natalie is also a singing teacher for young, aspiring artist as they begin their journey in the singing world. To find out more information about lessons, go to the TEACHING page.