Natalie started out as an independent film-maker in Australia before moving to London to work with Jo Sargent on Absolutely Fabulous and French & Saunders.
She later joined Armando Iannucci’s SLAP unit and worked on a slate of hit comedies including the multi-award winning The Thick of It and Time Trumpet.
Directing credits include The Thick Of It, Hoff The Record for Dave, and Gap Year by Tom Basden for E4.
Her recent credits include episodes of new Channel 4 comedy-drama, Loaded, and the second series of hit black comedy Damned, starring Jo Brand.
Comedy-drama following four life-long friends who become multi-millionaires - overnight.
Comedy-drama series by Tom Basden following a motley gang of travelers trying to find themselves.
An Australian sketch show full of crazy and hilarious short stories.
Series following The Hoff (David Hassellhoff) as he moves to the UK to get his career back on track and make sense of his increasingly surreal life.
A quick-cutting sitcom crossed with a sketch show, set in a hairdressing salon where the owner turns a blind eye to the various faults, failings and eccentricities of her staff.
Comedy series following Sara who has had an ultimatum from her best friends. She either comes out to her parents or they will do it for her.
Original multi-cam studio pilot.
Children's series set in a chaotic hotel where everything seems to go wrong.
Director & Producer
Madcap comedy set in the Department of Social Affairs and Citizenship.
Original studio sitcom pilot.
Comedy sketch show set in a surreal parallel universe where film and TV special effects are part of everyday life.
Series following the wild misadventures of Edina Monsoon and her best friend Patsy Stone, who live in a near-constant haze of drugged, drunken selfishness.
Stand-up comedian Mark Steel gives satirical and educational lectures on some of history's greatest thinkers.
Satirical sketch show set in the future looking back over the beginning of the 21st century, between 2005 and 2030.
Writer & Director
Short comedy drama shot on 8mm film.
Screened at WOW Festival & Shortlisted Brisbane Fast Film Festival.
Short comedy shot on 16mm film.
Funded by SBS & W.I.F.T
Transmitted as part of A Dozen Eggs
Short drama shot on 16mm film.
Funded by Pacific Film & Television Commission.